11/08/2016
As France continues to push the envelope in terms of enforcing a worldwide “right to be...
05/19/2016
At the Reporters Committee gala in New York this week, honorees Alberto Ibargüen, President...
12/12/2014
The European Union has claimed the authority to regulate search results that appear on American...
03/21/2014
The Illinois Supreme Court on Thursday struck down the state's eavesdropping law as...
02/12/2014
The New Hampshire Supreme Court overturned a felony wiretapping conviction Tuesday of a blogger who...
01/14/2014
Today, the Illinois Supreme Court heard oral arguments in a case that again challenges the...
11/18/2013
The U.S. Supreme Court has decided not to hear a challenge to the National Security Agency’s...
10/09/2013
A panel of judges in Alexandria, Va., heard an appeal today that will determine whether Yelp will...
08/07/2013
A New York City family had no basis to sue a photographer who surreptitiously captured images of...
06/19/2013
News of the Department of Justice’s seizure of Associated Press telephone records has already...
04/18/2013
Business executives under investigation or being questioned about price fixing practices -- but not...
04/11/2013
The identity of an anonymous blogger sued for defamation does not have to be disclosed, according...
12/03/2012
The Senate Judiciary Committee Friday unanimously approved a “very overdue” bill that...
11/19/2012
Paula Broadwell isn’t the only person whose Gmail messages were read by government officials...
11/13/2012
Chicago City Hall officials violated Illinois' strict eavesdropping law when they ‘...