Science & Technology Law

Privacy Law

Police increasingly using stingray cellphone tracking technology to solve routine crimes

Privacy Law

US increasingly uses malware in law enforcement, expert says; should a warrant be required?

Privacy Law

Cellphone user had no expectation of privacy in pocket-dialed call, 6th Circuit rules

Evidence

New DNA techniques entitle inmate to new testing despite deadline, 9th Circuit says

Science & Technology Law

Do you have a right to neural privacy? Linking of animal brains raises issue

Education Law

University’s suit claims Alzheimer’s scientist conspired to take study data with him to new employer

Science & Technology Law

Google Earth’s digital tack, used to show location, wasn’t hearsay, 9th Circuit rules

Consumer Law

Smartwatch makers should fund $1B education campaign about driving dangers, lawyer’s suit says

ABA Techshow

Infographics make the complex simple for a jury, presenter says

Privacy Law

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

Privacy Law

Does Facebook’s facial recognition technology violate privacy laws?

Evidence

Homeowner’s ‘electromagnetic hypersensitivity’ suit against neighbor fails on appeal

Privacy law

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

Science & Technology Law

Scientists call for moratorium on DNA editing that can be passed to future generations

Business of Law

Law partner creates SheStarts, a group to help female entrepreneurs

Criminal Justice

Can DNA be used to generate sketch of possible suspect? Cops in South Carolina give it a try

Corporate Law

Still battling code-theft case, former Goldman Sachs programmer sues bank for legal fees

Science & Technology Law

Britain nears legalization of ‘three-parent babies’

National Pulse

How should states regulate drones and aerial surveillance?

National Pulse

People with disabilities want the Internet to be more accessible