Legal cases relevant to library privacy

I have been slowly putting together a listing of legal cases relevant to library privacy. If there are any that I have missed and may not be aware of, do let me know

John Doe v Gonzales 2005 (the case of the “Connecticut Four”)

Quad Graphics v Southern Adirondack Library System 1997 174 Misc.2d 291 (1997) 664 N.Y.S.2d 225 (on obtaining electronically stored information if warranted)

Tattered Cover, Inc. v. City of Thornton, 44 P. 3d 1044 – Colo: Supreme Court 2002 which looked at how the court must balance the law enforcement officials’ need for bookstore records against the harm caused to constitutional interests by execution of a search warrant.

Brown v Johnston 328 N.W. 2d 510 (Iowa) At issue was whether a county attorney subpoena for certain library circulation records is limited or restricted by section 68A.7(13) of the Iowa Code.

re Grand Jury Subpoena to Kramerbooks & Afterwords Inc 26 Med. L. Rptr. 1599 (D.D.C. 1998) (Kenneth Starr’s demand for the book buying habits of Monica Lewinsky)

United States v Rumley 1953. In the early 1950s the Supreme Court found it unconstitutional to convict a bookseller for refusing “…to provide the government with a list of individuals who had purchased political books.”   Justice Douglas observed, “Once the government can demand of a publisher the names of the purchasers of his publications . . . [f]ear of criticism goes with every person into the bookstall . . . [and] inquiry will be discouraged.”

re Grand Jury Subpoena to 2007 (demand for identities of 24,000 Amazon. com book buyers)

United States v Curtin. whether reading habits can be used to prove criminal intent in trials