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From 1873 to his death in 1915, Anthony Comstock was one of the most powerful cultural arbiters in the United States. As Special Agent for the United States Postal Services and Secretary of the New York Society for the Suppression of Vice, Comstock was charged with enforcing anti-obscenity and anti-indency laws for which he lobbied…

LimeWire Made Me Do It: And Other Digital Follies [Lecture]

2010-07-30 LimeWire Made Me Do It from Frederick Lane Presented to the offices of the Federal Public Defender of Middle Tennessee and the Federal Defender Services of Eastern Tennessee, Inc. in Knoxville, TN on July 30, 2010. This 3-4 hour seminar is designed to aid public defenders, CJA panel attorneys, and criminal defense lawyers in…

American Privacy: Can a 19th Century Right Survive 21st Century Technology? [Lecture]

2010-07-20 American Privacy from Frederick Lane A lecture on my book, American Privacy, delivered at the 2010 eCampus conference at Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH on July 20, 2010. This hour seminar is designed to provide audiences with a brief overview of the history of the right to privacy in the United States. If you are…