In a speech that he made earlier this year, he even said that he wasn't fazed by the easy availability of personal information. "I don't find that particularly offensive," he said. "I don't find it a secret what I buy, unless it's shameful."
Every year, Fordham University Professor Joel Reidenberg teaches a class on Information Privacy Law. But this year, Reidenberg decided to do something different, and give his students a new challenge:
His class turned in a 15-page dossier that included not only Scalia's home address, home phone number and home value, but his food and movie preferences, his wife's personal e-mail address and photos of his grandchildren, reports Above the Law.
And, as Scalia himself made clear in a statement to Above the Law, he isn't happy about the invasion of his privacy.
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