Privacy Law

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Privacy Law

Chicago lawyer sues police over interception of his cellphone information during protest

Internet Law

Lawyer’s rewrite simplifies Instagram’s terms of use

Privacy Law

FBI pays Geek Squad members who find child porn, California case reveals

First Amendment

IMDb seeks halt to law allowing actors to shield disclosure of their ages

Privacy Law

Lawyer will have to ID dead Twitter user sued by James Woods, judge rules

Privacy Law

Can Amazon’s Alexa provide murder clues? Digital assistants could aid prosecutions

Cover Story: Sidebar

For sale: your personal data

Cover Story

Erasing the News: Should some stories be forgotten?

Privacy Law

Wife’s unauthorized access to husband’s emails could violate Wiretap Act, 7th Circuit says

Privacy Law

Massachusetts officials defend scans of driver’s licenses in hunt for wanted suspects

Education Law

Dads sue over teens’ expulsion for alleged racist texts

U.S. Supreme Court

Supreme Court accepts police shooting case involving 9th Circuit’s ‘provocation’ rule

Features

Blawg 100 Hall of Fame

National Pulse

Should the public have access to data police acquire through private companies?

Criminal Justice

Residue on cellphones could help criminal investigators, study finds

Privacy Law

ABA House is asked to accredit program that certifies lawyers as privacy law specialists

Verdicts & Settlements

After $140M jury award, Hulk Hogan settles Gawker lawsuit for at least $31M

Health Law

AARP suit claims wellness-program regulations allow employers to coerce participation

Criminal Justice

Facial recognition may be unreliable, and nearly half of US adults are in databases, study finds

Tort Law

Subway pitchman’s ex-wife seeks damages for failure to report his ‘pedophile behavior’
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