Junichi P. Semitsu

University of San Diego School of Law

Professor

5998 Alcala Park

San Diego, CA 92110-2492

United States

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

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Scholarly Papers (4)

1.

From Facebook to Mug Shot: How the Dearth of Social Networking Privacy Rights Revolutionized Online Government Surveillance

Pace Law Review, Vol. 31, No. 1, 2011
Number of pages: 92 Posted: 10 Mar 2011 Last Revised: 17 Aug 2014
Junichi P. Semitsu
University of San Diego School of Law
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Citation 2

Abstract:

Facebook, social networking, ECPA, privacy, civil liberties, criminal investigations, Fourth Amendment, search, seizure, internet, cyberspace

2.

Widening Batson’s Net to Ensnare More than the Unapologetically Bigoted or Painfully Unimaginative Attorney

Cornell Law Review, Vol. 96, p. 1075, 2011, SMU Dedman School of Law Legal Studies Research Paper No. 73, San Diego Legal Studies Paper No. 10-021
Number of pages: 56 Posted: 16 Apr 2010 Last Revised: 17 Sep 2011
Jeffrey Bellin and Junichi P. Semitsu
William & Mary Law School and University of San Diego School of Law
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Abstract:

Batson, voir dire, jury selection, equal protection, peremptory challenge, Commonwealth v. Cook

3.

Arresting Development: Facebook Searches and the Information Super Highway Patrol

Arkansas Law Review, Vol. 65, No. 101, 2012, San Diego Legal Studies Paper No. 11-076
Number of pages: 33 Posted: 24 Sep 2011 Last Revised: 11 Mar 2014
Junichi P. Semitsu
University of San Diego School of Law
Downloads 142 (165,772)

Abstract:

Facebook, social networking, search, search incident to arrest, privacy, First Amendment, free speech, free press, surveillance

4.

Burning Cyberbooks in Public Libraries: Internet Filtering Software vs. The First Amendment

Stanford Law Review, Vol. 52, No. 509, 2000
Posted: 03 May 2010 Last Revised: 18 May 2014
Junichi P. Semitsu
University of San Diego School of Law

Abstract:

filters, Internet, cyberlaw, First Amendment, free speech, libraries