Eunice Park Publishes in Yale Journal of Law and Technology

Professor Eunice Park’s article, “Objects, Places and Cyber-Spaces Post-Carpenter:  Extending The Third-Party Doctrine Beyond CSLI:  A Consideration of IoT and DNA,” was published by the Yale Journal of Law and Technology.  The Article proposes an extended test for the third-party doctrine in the wake of Carpenter v. United States that balances decisional analysis with technological reality, offering a principled framework to encompass the privacy implications of technologies beyond CSLI, and examining the popular consumer technology of smart devices and private genomic testing services as examples.