In a time when lives are lived on line, the power to control and exclude that lies at the heart of the Fourth Amendment extends to the electronic and incorporeal as well as the physical
The government's ability to use drones for law enforcement would be curtailed under a bill passed by the New Jersey Assembly
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...the government and uphold the surveillance program. "The actual invasion of privacy under this program is limited, and there is no evidence of abuse...
Many individuals undoubtedly have sincere religious objections to the Affordable Care Act's contraceptive-coverage requirement. But neither the Religious Freedom Restoration Act nor the First Amendme
...s scanning of messages without users' consent violates the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986, California's Invasion of Privacy Act and the...
...that is "intimately linked to the home, both physically and psychologically...where privacy expectations are most heightened...and to which the activity of home life...
...Internet search results of an Englishman who asserted that his French Internet privacy rights make it illegal to distribute Internet images of an individual in...
The lack of a comprehensive national cyber policy has allowed the Federal Trade Commission to exert self-appointed authority, leading to two potentially landmark legal cases—cases that may soon
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