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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’

Privacy Law

Judge tosses suit claiming San Francisco’s open-air pissoir violates privacy rights

Privacy Law

Federal judge questions how redacted document got unredacted; CourtListener says there is no mystery

Privacy Law

Secret warrant from intelligence court reportedly authorized Yahoo email scans

Your ABA

‘Internet of things’ panel has a thing about security

Privacy Law

How often do cops access databases for wrong purpose? It happened hundreds of times in two years

Criminal Justice

‘Parking while black’ at issue in pending 7th Circuit appeal

Science & Technology Law

Police in Florida and other states are building up private DNA databases

Evidence

Government hacking in child porn case was a search, but evidence won’t be suppressed, says judge

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?
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