Privacy Law

ABA Techshow

Cybersecurity issues and advice steal the Techshow

Criminal Justice

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

Privacy Law

Law authorizing garbage inspections for composting scofflaws violates privacy rights, judge rules

U.S. Supreme Court

SCOTUS considers laws that make it a crime to refuse blood-alcohol tests

Legal Ethics

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

Internet Law

Monitoring of my Twitter account showed racial bias, state lawyer says in labor complaint

Privacy Law

Can hacked data support fraud suit against Ashley Madison? Plaintiffs want to cite lawyer emails

Privacy Law

Microsoft sues over law used to keep government access of customer emails a secret

Privacy Law

Facebook capture of medical info from web searches by users violates HIPAA and other laws, suit says

Privacy Law

FBI’s use of cell-site data didn’t violate the Fourth Amendment, 6th Circuit says

Law Schools

Two hidden recording devices are discovered at Harvard Law School

Terrorism

FBI paid professional hackers to help unlock San Bernardino shooter’s iPhone

Criminal Justice

Does facial recognition technology incorporate racial bias?

Cybersecurity

Judge orders Apple to help FBI unlock another iPhone; will issue reach the Supreme Court?

Privacy Law

Did mom violate wiretap law by recording coach’s locker-room speech? Top Texas court to decide

Privacy Law

‘Pandora’s box’ ruling by top New York court lets parent record child’s interaction with 3rd party

Privacy Law

Cops need warrant before using Stingray devices to track cellphones, Maryland appeals court says

National Pulse

How much privacy are drivers willing to give up for better car insurance rates?

Internet Law

Google and Oracle lawyers who research jurors online must disclose it, judge rules

Privacy Law

Cop turned bodycam on during ‘hallway deposition’ with defense lawyer, sparking outraged response