Internet Law

Internet Law

One-third of top websites have clauses to restrict consumer lawsuits

Criminal Justice

Federal judge in $1.2B Silk Road drug case is threatened online

Trials & Litigation

Facebook sues DLA Piper, other firms, 9 attorneys, says they conspired on fraudulent case

Evidence

‘Comedy’ video of woman using drugs and criticizing probation officer puts her behind bars

Judiciary

Admissions requests in federal judge’s divorce case are like rhetorical questions, his lawyer says

Internet Law

Law requiring sex offenders to reveal Internet aliases does not violate First Amendment, court rules

Government Law

Judge apologizes for explicit emails, blasts state’s chief justice for ‘vindictive’ attacks

Government Law

Latest fallout in AG’s ‘porngate’ probe: State supreme court judge sent or received over 200 emails

Criminal Justice

Ex-nurse gets jail time for ‘assisting’ suicide in comments made on Internet chat boards

Tort Law

Parents could be liable for 7th-grader’s fake Facebook page about classmate, appeals court says

Privacy Law

Selfies posted online are being mass-scanned for marketing insights

Internet Law

DEA agent’s undercover Facebook page used suspect’s name and cellphone photos

First Amendment

Twitter suit claims First Amendment right to disclose US data requests

Internet Law

Marriott to pay $600K for blocking guests’ personal Wi-Fi access at Opryland hotel

Intellectual Property Law

Google threatened with $100M suit over hacked celebrity photos

Juries

Tweet spurs probe of possible grand jury leak in Ferguson shooting

Privacy Law

NCIS trolling for child porn offenders violates Posse Comitatus regulations, 9th Circuit says

Intellectual Property Law

Activists sue over ownership of Twitter account used in Occupy Wall Street protests

Constitutional Law

ACLU to defend man jailed for posting heavy metal band’s violent song lyrics on Facebook

Constitutional Law

US threatened $250K daily fine to get Yahoo to turn over users’ email information