The late Justice Antonin Scalia will be remembered for a multitude of things, and his opinions – often divisive, always eloquent and demonstrating encyclopedic knowledge of legal precedents – will, without a doubt, be discussed for years to come. But is there place in the discussion for technology?

Like every other topic surrounding the late judge, his understanding of technology and its factor in our modern world has been disputed. While some have lauded him as someone refusing to stand in the way of technology’s impact on the world, others have accused of him being stuck in another time, his seemingly advanced understanding of technology merely a byproduct of his concerns on privacy and surveillance.

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