Privacy Law

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Legal Ethics

Former Justice Department lawyer is censured for telling journalist about wiretap program

Personal Lives

Lawyer denounces restaurant patrons for message they left his granddaughter

Privacy Law

Hillary Clinton must answer interrogatories in email suit; nearly 15,000 documents uncovered?

Privacy Law

6th Circuit allows suit claiming WebWatcher software violates wiretap law, invades privacy

Privacy Law

Randy Travis DWI arrest video should be released, appeals court says

Criminal Justice

Prosecutors obtained video recordings of lawyer-inmate meetings at private-run federal prison

Privacy Law

3rd Circuit refuses to reseal damaging Cosby deposition, but questions ‘public moralist’ rationale

Criminal Justice

Pennsylvania AG doesn’t testify in her obstruction trial; reporter won’t say who leaked documents

Criminal Justice

Pennsylvania AG leaked documents for revenge, prosecutor says in opening statement

Government Law

Texas AG cites court opinion to deny info releases by local governments

Privacy Law

Wearable technology that monitors workers could lead to legal problems for employers, lawyers say

Internet Law

Judge allows ‘look-see’ at computers seized in blogging defamation probe

ABA Annual Meeting

FBI director: Fix clashes between privacy, public safety with ‘robust conversation,’ not litigation

ABA Annual Meeting

What privacy threats do consumers face by using internet-connected devices?

Privacy Law

Federal judge tosses audio evidence picked up on warrantless FBI bugs outside courthouse

Privacy Law

New Jersey man plagued by Pokemon Go players files nuisance class action

Privacy Law

Audio recorded by warrantless FBI bugs outside courthouse didn’t violate Constitution, judge rules

Government Law

New Jersey Supreme Court to decide if email log is covered by open records law

Privacy Law

Citing internet impact, 6th Circuit says federal law doesn’t require automatic release of mug shots

Privacy Law

Microsoft doesn’t have to give prosecutors emails stored on servers in Ireland, 2nd Circuit says
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