Privacy Law

Civil Rights

Police body cams didn’t shut off, invading officers’ privacy, federal lawsuit says

U.S. Supreme Court

Supreme Court says warrantless blood draws in DUI arrests are unconstitutional

Criminal Justice

Two lawyers and housekeeper are indicted in connection with sex tape of Waffle House CEO

U.S. Supreme Court

Supreme Court rules for cop who seized drugs after unlawful stop; Sotomayor decries ‘carceral state’

Privacy Law

Seattle can’t disclose location of FBI’s hidden surveillance cameras, federal judge says

Legal Technology

Government’s research on tattoo recognition raises privacy concerns, group says

U.S. Supreme Court

Chemerinsky: These two decisions highlight how Scalia’s absence has affected the court

Trials & Litigation

Lawyer-turned-entrepreneur admits he financed Hulk Hogan’s Gawker suit

Cybersecurity

New Senate bill would block SCOTUS-approved rule change expanding DOJ’s surveillance powers

Internet Law

Mozilla loses bid to learn about government hack in child-porn investigation

Internet Law

Partner demands website reveal identities of commenters who said they hated working at his firms

Terrorism

Twitter reportedly bars US intelligence agencies from service that mines posts for terrorism alerts

Privacy Law

Judge OKs suit accusing Facebook of violating Illinois privacy law with its photo-tag technology

Education Law

School’s pact with feds over transgender locker room access sparks new lawsuit

Criminal Justice

Police data initiatives come with crime victim safety concerns

Privacy Law

Circuits split on privacy rights for video views and third-party data sharing

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