Privacy Law

Cybersecurity

Bank tellers may pose greater threat to customers than hackers, NY Times says

Legal Ethics

Group goes undercover at 13 law firms to show how US laws facilitate anonymous investment

Criminal Justice

Texas police turn into ‘mobile debt collectors’ with license-reader program

Legal Ethics

DC lawyer ethics board investigating Bush-era DOJ lawyer who leaked info about warrantless wiretaps

Copyright Law

Woman sues Associated Press for selling her photo in a hijab as a stock photo

Privacy Law

US uses hacker technique to catch child-porn offenders; was search warrant too extensive?

Trials & Litigation

Sued for battery by Uber driver, passenger cites YouTube video in $5M counterclaim

Privacy Law

Does property owner have the right to shoot down hobbyist’s hovering drone?

Legal Technology

This high-tech police department trawls social media, license plates; watches city with audio, video

Trademark Law

Retailers may sell books and movies on Rosa Parks without paying her institute

Opening Statements

You can sue someone who broke into your email, but you’d better find proof fast

Privacy Law

Online property information aids deed thieves

Privacy Law

Videos from police probe of bikini baristas are subject to open records law, judge rules

Internet Law

Moms sue Mattel, saying ‘Hello Barbie’ doll violates privacy

Criminal Justice

Aide to Pennsylvania AG Kathleen Kane is convicted for email snooping in violation of court order

First Amendment

Judge orders Florida newspaper to unpublish information on its website

Internet Law

Former Internet provider can finally reveal what the FBI wanted to know in 2004, judge rules

Features

2015 Blawg 100 Hall of Fame

Privacy Law

NSA halts bulk collection of phone records, but security and surveillance concerns remain

Internet Law

Belgium authorities ask for Internet silence on police ops; Twitterverse responds with cat memes