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It's worse than we thought--the NSA has nothing on this Ford exec

Wow.  Just wow.  Someone in the comments thought that she was using the recording devices to record meetings and then have them transcribed.  If you believe that, I have some oceanfront property in Indiana I want to sell you…. 48 more words

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Supreme Court Supports Random Drug Testing Of Students

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

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Don't Delete Your Incriminating Videos Anymore

 By: Matthew Giarrusso

For those who have been following the constant struggle in the United States to hold onto the last scrap of our digital privacy, this spring there was a massive victory in the Supreme Court.  536 more words


Fact or Factoid

A factoid is a little piece of truth, or a false statement that gets repeated often enough it becomes accepted as the whole truth.

I saw this on Twitter – … 607 more words


Sex Contracts Won't Prevent Rape on College Campuses

California lawmakers are considering legislation which would require undergraduates on state campuses to sign a contract before engaging in sexual activity. This is meant to ensure the consensual nature of sexual activity and to prevent, or lessen, campus rape.  652 more words


Eye in the sky?

This summer, I’m interning at Indiana Farm Bureau in Indianapolis. It’s been a great experience so far for a lot of reasons; I’ve been exposed to city living for the first time, I get to work on real problems and offer real solutions for a real employer (as opposed to working on fictional moot court or law school exam hypotheticals), and most importantly, I’m learning more about modern farming  and surrounding policy issues. 1,624 more words

PA Superior Court: Search of Smartphones Requires Warrant

By Max Mitchell (The Legal Intelligencer) – Based on a recent U.S. Supreme Court decision, the state Superior Court has held that pictures obtained through a warrantless search of a smartphone violate the Fourth Amendment of the U.S. 72 more words

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