Privacy Law

Privacy Law

8th grader charged with cybercrime says he only intended to annoy his teacher

Privacy Law

Artist who photographed neighbors with zoom lens isn’t liable for privacy invasion, court says

Corporate Law

AT&T to pay record $25M to settle with FCC over privacy breach at call centers

Privacy Law

DEA tracked billions of international phone calls in ‘blueprint’ for NSA program

Trials & Litigation

Suit says ‘zombie cookies’ were used to revive deleted ad-tracking information

Privacy Law

Does Facebook’s facial recognition technology violate privacy laws?

Civil Rights

TSA agrees to stop singling out black women for hair pat-downs at airports

Privacy law

Private texts transferred to workers’ corporate iPads led to wrongful firing, suit claims

Consumer Law

Privacy advocates criticize new ‘Hello Barbie’ doll with wi-fi microphone

U.S. Supreme Court

Can police use ‘inadvertently shed’ DNA without a warrant? SCOTUS won’t hear case raising the issue

Health Law

Nurse who got Ebola from first US patient sues hospital, says privacy was violated

Internet Law

Revenge-porn website operator wants his own photos taken down, blasts media ‘shame narratives’

Privacy law

Tea Party Alliance and ACLU back Minnesota amendment to protect email from warrantless searches

Cybersecurity

Be careful what you say when your smart TV is on, Samsung warns customers

Privacy Law

Trial lawyers group is sued for alleged junk-fax violation; US Chamber calls attention to suit

Trials & Litigation

6th Circuit upholds $3.5M judgment against former assistant AG for stalking gay college student

National Pulse

How should states regulate drones and aerial surveillance?

Privacy Law

How do you really feel? Feds apparently want to know

Attorney General

Amid criticism of Eric Holder, attorney general nominee promises to ‘be Loretta Lynch’

Media & Communications Law

2nd Circuit nixes libel suit over ‘scarlet letter’ news stories that survived expunged arrest record