Internet Law

Criminal Justice

‘Guccifer’ takes plea in hacking case; feds said he accessed personal accounts of political figures

Government Law

State Department lawyers weren’t asked to review Clinton’s use of private server, report says

First Amendment

‘Bad-ass lawyer’ can’t sue over parody Twitter account, appeals court says

Trademark Law

Vincent Gallo sues Facebook over claimed refusal to deactivate imposter’s account

Internet Law

Mozilla loses bid to learn about government hack in child-porn investigation

Internet Law

Partner demands website reveal identities of commenters who said they hated working at his firms

Criminal Justice

Man gets 37 months in federal prison for intimidating witness on Facebook

U.S. Supreme Court

Supreme Court sends Spokeo misinformation suit back to 9th Circuit for a second look at standing

Disability Law

Law firm targets real estate companies for ADA suits over inaccessible websites

Internet Law

Jerk.com misrepresented the source of its content and benefits of membership, 1st Circuit says

Internet Law

Does Facebook nix conservative articles in trending list? Senator’s query raises free-speech issues

Terrorism

Twitter reportedly bars US intelligence agencies from service that mines posts for terrorism alerts

Privacy Law

Judge OKs suit accusing Facebook of violating Illinois privacy law with its photo-tag technology

National Pulse

States seek to stop voters from posting ballot selfies

Criminal Justice

Ex-cop is jailed until he reveals computer passwords; appeal claims Fifth Amendment violation

Internet Law

Judge says Amazon must refund parents for in-app purchases made by children

Criminal Justice

Autistic teen who accepted dare to jump into frigid water made his own choice, defense lawyer says

Internet Law

California bill would allow judges to fine jurors for online misdeeds

Bar Exam

Suit says BarBri violates ADA; online study materials aren’t fully accessible to blind law grads

Legal Ethics

Lawyers accused of using paralegal to friend litigant on Facebook are facing ethics probe