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13 Principles Week of Action: The World Needs More Whistleblowers
This is a guest post from Sana Saleem , Advisory Board Member, Courage Foundation . If you have comments on this post, you can contact Sana on Twitter. In the week leading up the first year aniversary of the 13 Necessary and Proportionate Principles, EFF and the coalition behind...
EFF to Defend Student Bitcoin Developers in Court
New Jersey Prosecutors Issue Flawed Subpoena for Tidbit Source Code Newark, NJ - Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) Staff Attorney Hanni Fakhoury will appear before a New Jersey Superior Court judge on Monday, Sept. 22 to oppose a subpoena issued to MIT students over their...
Employer Isn’t Liable When Former Employee Linked His Apple Accounts To Its...
Victor worked at Sunbelt as a sales rep but left to join a competitor. His former employer is suing him for trade secret misappropriation. Victor asserted privacy-based counterclaims. Sunbelt assigned him an iPhone and an iPad. He created an Apple account linked to both...
BREAKING NEWS: Spanish court refers new case to CJEU on private copying levies
Wait a moment: who should bear the levy system? From enthusiastic and invariably helpful Katfriend  Fidel Porcuna  (Bird&Bird) comes the  news  that the Spanish Supreme Court has just  referred  two questions to the Court of Justice of the...

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"Congress's Inaction Could Be Legal Basis for Stronger Executive War Powers"
Charlie Savage will have this article in Friday's edition of The New York Times.
SO MUCH FOR DIVERSITY: Conservative Columnist for Cornell Newspaper Personally...
SO MUCH FOR DIVERSITY: Conservative Columnist for Cornell Newspaper Personally Attacked in Anonymously Distributed Flyers.
Langewiesche responds to Garvin
Via p.r. agent Karen Hinton, William Langewiesche has now responded in our comments section (as well as elsewhere ) to Glenn Garvin’s critical Miami Herald column (linked here ) regarding Langewiesche’s 2007 Vanity Fair piece on the Chevron-Ecuador litigation. Garvin has in turn contributed a...
It’s Hard To Unseat A Judge
Calls for resignation of a federal judge accused of beating his wife gathered steam this week. But short of a Congressional impeachment he can’t be forced to step down.
Got War? Yoo and Stephens Rally A Coalition Of The War Willing

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