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Seventh Circuit Remands Pretrial Detainee Suicide Case Based on District Court’s Improper Application of Liability Standard
It is not unusual for families to bring civil claims against municipalities and/or their employees after a loved one has died in police custody. Such claims are typically pursued in federal court under… 913 more words
By Amy E. Feldman
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) - Can a public school randomly drug test its students?
The parents of a 14-year-old Pennsylvania girl had simply had enough of the school’s random drug tests. 153 more words
Apple engineered surveillance back door into 600 million iPhones — iOS is inherently insecure, on purpose!
From: Natural News
Apple engineered surveillance back door into 600 million iPhones
A highly skilled hacker who presented at the recent Hackers On Planet Earth (HOPE/X) conference in New York has dropped a massive bomb on the state of smartphone privacy. 316 more words
If you have a criminal case involving a blood draw by search warrant, you may want to take a look at this case. The Court of Appeals suppressed the results of the blood test (for alcohol) and reversed the conviction, because law enforcement did not obtain a search warrant for testing the blood. 53 more words
A New York court on Thursday opened up our entire Gmail accounts to feds or cops with warrants, in spite of two recent decisions that went against similar requests. 563 more words
Snowden: NSA Employees Passing Around Nude PRIVATE Photos — "Your private images, records of your private lives, records of your intimate moments have been taken from your private communications stream, from the intended recipient, and given to the government without any specific authorization…"
From: National Journal
Snowden: NSA Employees Are Passing Around Nude Photos
“Regardless of what happens, if I end up in chains in Guantanamo, I can live with that,” 284 more words