Two federal judges came to such different conclusions about the NSA's telephone surveillance program that the U.S. Supreme Court likely won't ignore the issue
Originally Published: National Law Journal
The National Security Agency's practice of collecting information about all telephone calls placed in, to and from the U.S. is lawful despite the potential civil liberties abuses inherent in such a "
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
...Today marks a first in the world of virtual currency. As The Guardian ...
...the best Tweets from policy experts and @Guardian is hosting a Q&A. To get...
Twitter's IPO was a smashing success; BlackBerry's takeover bombs but it has a new CEO; and there may soon be a Microsoft Stadium
...a judge may rule in favor of the employer, according to the Guardian. Experts said that in most cases involving rights to a social media...
The Am Law 100 firm, which once had its lawyers attend "Tweet School" to learn how to use Twitter appropriately, is doing damage control after one of its Pittsburgh-based partners used the social med
Originally Published: the_am_law_daily
...The Guardian reported on the National Security Administration's electronic communications surveillance program...
Striving for transparency in reporting on the legal marketplace — and learning to live with translucency
Originally Published: The American Lawyer
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