Posted by: Ray Brescia | May 1, 2020

Zoning Cyberspace: Privacy and the Digital Upside Down

I am happy to share a draft of an article forthcoming in the Utah Law Review in which I explore the notion of Privacy in Charles Reich’s The New Property and consider ways that we might utilize ideas from zoning law to protect privacy on the internet and while using mobile and other technologies.  As governments consider public health measures that might infringe on personal privacy, some of the ideas here might prove beneficial when addressing the current crisis and beyond. Still a draft, so, comments welcome.  You can download the paper here.


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