Catherine Crump (@CatherineNCrump) clerked for the Hon. M. Margaret McKeown, a judge on U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit, prior to joining the ACLU. Crump graduated from Stanford University and Stanford Law School. She is a non-residential fellow with the Stanford Center for Internet and Society.
Nov 7, 2011
How the Supreme Court's GPS Tracking Case Can Affect Your Cell Phone Privacy
Oct 25, 2011
Standing Up to Internet Censorship
Oct 20, 2011
Want to Read My Email? Not Without a Warrant.
Oct 4, 2011
Tracked: The Supreme Court Shouldn't Let Technology Trump the Constitution
Jun 27, 2011
Warrantless GPS Tracking Case Heads to Supreme Court
Jun 15, 2011
Surveillance Programs Must Not Be Kept Secret
May 31, 2011
ACLU Files Brief Arguing Warrantless GPS Tracking Is Unconstitutional
May 27, 2011
Private Companies Shape What You Say and Read Online
May 25, 2011
What’s the Difference Between Facebook and a Stranger on the Street?
Apr 21, 2011
Does the Government Want to Read Your Texts and Emails?