Aug 262016
 

From the Rutherford Institute: A federal appeals court has upheld New York City’s program of warrantless and continuous GPS surveillance of taxi drivers, ruling that drivers are not protected by the Fourth Amendment’s bar on unreasonable searches and seizures when on the job. The Rutherford Institute appealed to the Second [Read More…]

Aug 252016
 
 August 25, 2016  Breaches, Business, Court, Online, U.S. No Responses »

I approve! Michael O’Keeffe and Ginger Adams Otis report: Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul scored a big win Thursday in his invasion-of-privacy lawsuit against ESPN. A Florida judge said Pierre-Paul can sue the sports news network and reporter Adam Schefter for posting his private medical records online for millions to [Read More…]

Aug 242016
 
 August 24, 2016  Breaches, Court No Responses »

The Cook County Record reports: A Cook County judge was right to dismiss a complaint sportscaster Erin Andrews filed against the Chicago-based company that managed the online reservation system for the Columbus, Ohio, hotel in which she was illegally recorded, an Illinois appeals court has ruled. The Illinois First District [Read More…]