The Volokh Conspiracy: Crime in Ohio to post anything ‘for the purpose of abusing … or harassing’ anyone (unless you’re in the media)

Is checking out visitors at home with gun behind your back ‘disorderly conduct’?; Final version of ‘The Effect of Legislation on Fourth Amendment Protection’; Jeff Jacoby on Confederate Army and Red Army statues; My new article on “Immigration, Freedom, and the Constitution”; More apparently fake-defendant libel lawsuits aimed at vanishing material from Google?; Crime in Ohio to post anything ‘for the purpose of abusing … or harassing’ anyone (unless you’re in the media); Attempt to vanish articles about North Carolina local school board member’s (now expunged) 2011 arrest;
 
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Is checking out visitors at home with gun behind your back ‘disorderly conduct’?
No, says the North Dakota Supreme Court.
Final version of ‘The Effect of Legislation on Fourth Amendment Protection’
My article on whether Fourth Amendment interpretation should consider privacy legislation — and if so, how — has just been published.
Jeff Jacoby on Confederate Army and Red Army statues
“In a society liberated from tyrannical cruelty, monuments to the tyrants have no place.”
My new article on “Immigration, Freedom, and the Constitution”
The article is based on a talk I gave at the 2016 Federalist Society Student National Convention.
 
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More apparently fake-defendant libel lawsuits aimed at vanishing material from Google?
More developments, including three lawsuits filed by a lawyer in Baltimore.
 
Crime in Ohio to post anything ‘for the purpose of abusing … or harassing’ anyone (unless you’re in the media)
We’ve just filed a lawsuit challenging that new Ohio statute.
Attempt to vanish articles about North Carolina local school board member’s (now expunged) 2011 arrest
The board member is Sherry Lynn Womack, who is also the wife of Jim Womack, a N.C. politician who is running for chair of the N.C. Republican Party.
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