Privacy Law

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

Criminal Justice

Lawyer accused of taping sex with underage girl gets probation; plea agreement bars press release

Privacy Law

NCIS trolling for child porn offenders violates Posse Comitatus regulations, 9th Circuit says

Privacy Law

Fired John Doe prosecutor can remain anonymous in suit against Justice Department, judge rules

Privacy Law

Will Illinois become the sixth state to allow granny cams in nursing homes?

Internet Law

Twitter must reveal user info after posted photo leads to charges against wrong man, judge says

National Pulse

Federal medical-privacy law frustrates ID theft victims

Ethics

NSA surveillance policies raise questions about the viability of the attorney-client privilege

Judiciary

After prosecutor’s live courtroom feed is disclosed, judges consider expanding viewing areas

Criminal Justice

Online petition urges Michael Brown law requiring cops to wear cameras; what about privacy concerns?

Privacy Law

TV station posted interrogation video with Social Security number, says lawyer who plans lawsuit

Criminal Justice

Arrest records linger in FBI database and websites; acquitted law student sees consequences

Trials & Litigation

Federal suit claims family members were banned from mom’s nursing home over social media posts

Judiciary

Judge says he had no obligation to disclose prosecutor’s live feed of court hearings

Criminal Justice

Name of officer in Ferguson shooting is released; ACLU sues for incident reports

Celebrities

Judge Judy settles suit over ads with her likeness

Privacy Law

Never mind: US says it doesn’t need to redact transcript of public court hearing after all

Trials & Litigation

Some 17,000 seek to join law student’s Facebook class action in Austria

Trials & Litigation

Financier backs Austrian law student’s class action against Facebook; it seeks damages under US law