How do the executive actions taken by President Trump compare with those from President Obama? And what’s an executive order versus memorandum?
Category Archives: Legal
For many of the thousands (millions?) planning to march this week, this may be their first protest. These tips are written with novices in mind.
Dutch ruling highlights the perils of “network discrimination” but sidesteps U.S. structural problem of network and entertainment sector consolidation.
FOIA advocate and journalist have sued four federal agencies for details regarding Russian hacking of the U.S. election. Rationale? Failure to respond to expedited FOIA request.
On June 20, the Supreme Court of the United States drove a nail into the heart of the Fourth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. In a 5-3 decision (Utah v. Strieff, a gender split), the SCOTUS rejected the ruling of the Utah Supreme Court that found evidence seized in an admittedly illegal search to be
Last year, the United Nations called personal encryption a necessary condition for civic life in the digital age. That was last year. This year, Apple is fighting the U.S. Department of Justice over this very issue: personal encryption. Quite a bit of good news this week, with one unfathomable bit to take us into the weekend. Let’s