In his Criminal Law column, Ken Strutin, director of legal information services at the New York State Defenders Association, writes: Until recently, search and seizure law relied on a snapshot approach that measured expectations of privacy frame by frame. But as technology blurs lines of perception, the Supreme Court has endorsed a persistence of vision that takes account of the unity of people, places, and things in time.
Mosaic Theory: A New Perspective for Human Privacy
New York Law Journal
September 24, 2013