In the digital age, the value of information to the economy is beyond dispute. But on Wednesday, it seemed uncertain whether the Supreme Court would agree that the free flow of that information should be protected under the Constitution's commerce clause.
Court appears torn over claim that Constitution protects out-of-staters' access to data
The National Law Journal
February 20, 2013
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