chapter  26
Jeffrey Rosen (2012), 'The Deciders: The Future of Privacy and Free Speech in the Age of Facebook and Google', Fordham Law Review, 80, pp. 1525-38.
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I would like to begin with a hypothetical, which in a few years may not be a hypothetical after all. I was at a conference at Google in 2007 and Andrew McLaughlin, then the head of public policy, said he expected that before long, Google will be asked to post online live feeds to all the public and private surveillance cameras in the world. If the feeds were linked and archived, then it would be possible to click on an image of anyone in the world and ubiquitously track their movements forward and backward in time, 24/7, for months or years.