"News at the intersection of technology, politics, and law, ranging from intellectual property to censorship to tech policy."
Posts on this "group complaint about law, liberty and leisure" focus on First Amendment topics and the bloggers' own experiences as trial lawyers.
"Now nearly anyone with a laptop or a smartphone can become a publisher, with all the attendant benefits and risks. As new media pushes further into uncharted terrain, Post or Perish looks to navigate the often bewildering, but always entertaining, electronic landscape."
Covers privacy and security issues, with topics ranging from the First Amendment and identity theft, to homeland security, phishing and personal privacy.
Posts all related to privacy and data security issues, frequently about online databases.
Posts are devoted to news, issues and commentary relating to the free exercise of religion and church-state separation. Some posts cover the intersection of religious law and secular law.
"Stocked with cases, trial materials, briefs and scholarly articles all about avoiding and defending against claims taken under the Religious Land Use and Institutionalized Persons Act."
"Law and reality in publishing (seldom the same thing) from the author's side of the slush pile, with occasional forays into military affairs, censorship and the First Amendment, legal theory, and anything else that strikes me as interesting."
"Posts cover news, court rulings, and practice tips related to intellectual property law, privacy law, and issues pertaining to technology and new media."
"Commentary about legal news and columns which represent a cross section of American law and justice, with a clear slant to the left."
"Two law students blogging about law school, the First Amendment, and other various topics."
"Occasionally irreverent thoughts on law, liberty, tech and politics." This blog focuses on First Amendment, entertainment, and intellectual property law issues as well as commentary on legal practice and legal education issues.
This blawg comments on criminal law and cyberlaw, with an emphasis on free speech, privacy and computer security.
"Mostly law professors, blogging about whatever we want since 2002."
"Privacy, crime and security online." Posts cover the criminal charges filed and appellate rulings handed down that contribute to the evolving definition of what online speech is legal and ethical, among other media law and technology law issues in the news.
Underdog Blog has posts about criminal defense law, including summaries of recent U.S. Supreme Court decisions. Posts also address First Amendment and other constitutional law developments.