Privacy Law

Labor & Employment

Hospital chain says job applicants who test positive for ‘tobacco use’ won’t be hired

Privacy Law

Cellphone data is secretly tracked by US planes in search of criminal suspects

Privacy Law

DOJ admits misstatement in challenge to secret record requests; one isn’t the lowliest number

U.S. Supreme Court

SCOTUS overturns ‘perplexing’ appellate decision, rules for cop asserting warrant exception

Criminal Justice

GPS device placed by car dealership led to suspect in woman’s abduction

Privacy Law

Lawyer for Jameis Winston tweets accuser’s name; could he be held liable?

Privacy Law

Appeals court hears challenge to NSA’s bulk collection of phone records; a ‘peculiar’ claim?

Health Law

Terminally ill Brittany Maynard ends her life; her act may influence right-to-die debate

Health Law

Girl barred from school over Ebola fears is back in class, and lawsuit is settled

Law Practice

Security Test: Innovative lab checks digital products for privacy risks

Internet Law

FBI faked Associated Press news story to identify teen suspect in high school bomb-threats case

Privacy Law

Snail-mail monitoring expands; lawyers complain of privilege violations, lack of oversight

Legislation & Lobbying

New law says individuals can’t track each other via GPS once they are warned not to

Privacy Law

Selfies posted online are being mass-scanned for marketing insights


How can you protect your privacy following recent iPhone updates?

Intellectual Property Law

Google threatened with $100M suit over hacked celebrity photos

National Pulse

Data-Driven: Latest highway technology speeds up info-gathering, but critics say it violates privacy

Opening Statements

Lights, Camera ... Evidence: Video is the latest defense to rape charges

Privacy Law

Wrongly labeled a porn star by DJs, former 1L is awarded $1M in suit against radio station

Privacy Law

Misidentified as a porn star by DJs, former 1L testifies against radio station in privacy suit