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2 Sep 2016, 3:40 pm by Karen Gullo
Constitution when it fails to notify people that it has accessed or examined their private communications stored by Internet providers in the cloud. [read post]
19 Aug 2010, 12:00 pm by Chris Hampton, LGBT Project
At the ACLU, we've long believed that real people's stories about their lives are the key to changing the minds of the public when it comes to full equality for same-sex couples. [read post]
28 Jun 2022, 5:58 am by Bernard Bell
Const., Amend IV (protecting “[t]he right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects”).[3] The Supreme Court’s conception of privacy protections thus long focused on protecting places. [read post]
18 Jul 2016, 3:22 am by Peter S. Vogel
Ultimately on July 14, 2016 the 2nd Circuit reversed the trial court and ruled in Microsoft v. [read post]
17 Aug 2013, 6:17 pm by Larry
Contrary to the argument put forward by the Department of Justice, the fact that the importer was not a toy company and the kits are not sold in toy stores did not negate the fact that the goods are toys. [read post]
16 May 2018, 2:35 pm by Karen Gullo
In the case before the New York court, People v Perkins, border agents stopped a traveler at JFK International Airport after a flight from Canada. [read post]
9 May 2009, 6:45 am by Scott J. Kreppein, Esq.
A Long Island lawyer has spearheaded a class-action against Sears after learning that the store had a policy of not honoring its advertised price-matching policy. [read post]
” Law enforcement officials insisted on “backdoor” access, while Apple countered that encryption protects people from cybercrime. [read post]
” Law enforcement officials insisted on “backdoor” access, while Apple countered that encryption protects people from cybercrime. [read post]
It argues that it needs no warrant to seize and search every single Internet activity of hundreds of millions of innocent people (who have no reduced expectation of privacy) as long as it does so quickly and a “significant reason” for doing so is collecting foreign intelligence. [read post]
16 Dec 2008, 6:13 am
One of the most vexing conflicts between the defense's need for sufficient particularity in an accusation and the need to protect children from crime, especially sex crimes, was addressed by the Appellate Division, Second Department in People v. [read post]
6 May 2013, 3:09 pm by Mark Litwak
If Mike Wallace placed a hidden camera in a department store dressing room, he would be liable for damages for invading the privacy of customers.Determining whether a filmmaker has infringed upon the rights of a subject who has not consented to be portrayed can be a complex matter. [read post]