In September 2014 Washington and Lee law professors Erik Luna and Joshua Fairfield published an article entitled “Digital Innocence” in the Cornell Law Review, Vol. 99, Issue 5. Cornell Law Review Online has now published two responses to the article and a reply from Professors Luna and Fairfield.
Find the full text of the article, responses and reply below:
“Digital Innocence” by Erik Luna and Joshua Fairfield
“Big Data and Due Process”, a response by Brandon Garrett, University of Virginia School of Law
“Collection Anxiety”, a response by Jane Bambauer, University of Arizona College of Law
“The Open Society and Its Digital Enemies: A Reply to Professors Bambauer and Garrett“, a reply by Erik Luna and Joshua Fairfield