Thursday, October 7, 2010
Orin Kerr has this post at The Volokh Conspiracy, discussing his appearance on the show:
Interestingly, I was on the same radio program back in 2003 making philosophically similar points in a totally different context. Back then, the issue was the Patriot Act, and there was a lot of hysteria about government surveillance. On the show, I tried to counsel caution, focus on what was actually in the law, draw analogies to off-line conduct, and make sure we weren’t letting our fears get the best of us. (I join at the 16-minute mark.) Today, the issue was cyberbullying and a criminal case that has a lot of people very upset. On the show, I tried to counsel caution, focus on what facts were actually known, draw analogies to off-line conduct, and make sure we weren’t letting our passions get the best of us.