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Geoffrey Sant talks about the recent United States Supreme Court decision and how it could have implications for international technology businesses. ... cannot be produced in the US litigation without violating foreign laws (such as bank secrecy, financial privacy, and data protection laws)," Sant says.
"Nothing in the Fourteenth Amendment or Supreme Court precedent allows the State to invade this privacy realm to examine the underlying basis for a ... of Indiana, said in a written statement that Thursday's decision "affirmed a woman's fundamental right to make her own personal medical decisions.".

Citing legislation signed into law by President Trump last month, the Supreme Court dismissed Microsoft's privacy case regarding customer data stored on a ... The federal government and Microsoft have clashed for years after the U.S. asked for access to the emails of one individual linked to a narcotics ...
"Previous Supreme Court decisions that give states authority to regulate abortion give us great hope that the justices would side with Indiana's right to ... Court precedent allows the State to invade this privacy realm to examine the underlying basis for a woman's decision to terminate her pregnancy prior to ...
In 2013, the U.S. Supreme Court upheld a Maryland law requiring police to collect DNA samples from people who had been arrested and charged with serious crimes — samples that could then be stored in a database and used to solve unrelated crimes. In a dissenting opinion, the late Justice Antonin ...
That is the lowest number through the end of March for any session since Roberts took office in 2005, according to Adam Feldman, whose Empirical SCOTUS blog examines trends at the Supreme Court of the United States. The all-time high for Roberts' tenure was 32 decisions during this period, the ...

The Cloud Act sets a legal structure for the United States to make agreements with other countries that give law enforcement the ability to access data stored overseas. Microsoft president Brad Smith applauded the decision. "We welcome the Supreme Court's ruling ending our case in light of the Cloud Act ...
"Rod, Amy, Annie and I could not be more disappointed in the decision today by the U.S. Supreme Court" said Blagojevich's Patti in a written statement released late Monday morning. "From the beginning we've had faith in the system and have felt the court would bring Rod back to us. Now, with the ...
The Supreme Court defines your rights if, for example, you are a racial or religious or ethnic minority and you feel as though you are being discriminated against, the Supreme Court defines how your life will be. The Supreme Court defines ...” The Supreme Court defines how the U.S. political process works, ...
It is clear that the Supreme Court has been revisiting some of its settled precedents in light of new technologies—and the government has not fared well in some of these cases. In Kyllo v. United States (2001), the Court held in a 5–4 decision that the warrantless use of a thermal imaging device to scan a ...
United States, which asks whether the government must obtain a warrant before obtaining cell-site-location information from cellphone service providers. ... If you have or know of a recent (published in the last two or three days) article, post, podcast, or op-ed relating to the Supreme Court that you'd like us ...
U.S. Associate Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy participates in taking a new family photo with fellow justices at the Supreme Court building on June ... Most commentators agree that the decision over whether or not a cake shop has a constitutional right to discriminate against gay couples will likely ...
On Wednesday, the United States Supreme Court began hearings on a case that has the potential to be the most important privacy decision in recent memory. ... “What we're asking for, in this case, is just that police have to go to a judge, demonstrate probable cause, and get a warrant,” Wessler told us.
Law360, New York (November 28, 2017, 12:16 PM EST) -- As the end of the year draws near, all eyes are turning to the U.S. Supreme Court and the decisions it will issue during its October 2017 term. In this Expert Analysis series, attorneys that have argued before the high court — from veterans to recent ...
United States, No. 16-402, was a potential blockbuster. “Carpenter could be the most important electronic privacy case of the 21st century,” said Jeffrey Rosen, the president of ... In a pair of recent decisions, the Supreme Court expressed discomfort with allowing unlimited government access to digital data.
The U.S. Supreme Court is set to consider a major cellphone privacy case later this month, but leading players in the wireless industry that is at the ... Although the legal fight is about location information, "the Supreme Court's decision is likely to impact how the government obtains other sensitive types of ...
In a landmark decision in August, India's Supreme Court ruled that the country's citizens had a constitutional right to privacy. In its judgment, the court made special note of the gay community, writing that “sexual orientation is an essential attribute of privacy.” .... “It's a new thing for us,” Ms. Nanda said.

On Wednesday, the U.S. Supreme Court will consider whether access to that data should require a search warrant issued by a judge. ... They relied on a Supreme Court decision from 38 years ago, which said phone customers don't expect that the numbers they dial will remain private, because the phone ...
... policy (and a recent Supreme Court decision) that requires either a ... Last year, the Supreme Court ruled that the Fourth Amendment bars blood ... "I think many of you know she is an Olympian and to us she's truly an Olympic-size hero. ... The video shows Wubbels referring to her hospital's privacy policy ...
In doing so, it also removed the basis for its decision in 'Koushal', which ... The court's observations in Puttaswamy give us an opportunity to revisit ... Why should someone's dignity and privacy be undermined by their sexual preference? ... The Supreme Court was cognisant of this in its judgment in NALSA, ...
“Privacy enables each individual to take crucial decisions which find ... The US Supreme Court dealt with forced patriotism nearly 75 years ago, ...
In our discussion of the Supreme Court's judgment in Puttaswamy, so far, one ... judges held that “decisions subsequent to Kharak Singh which have enunciated the ... The doctrine originated with the judgment in United States vs Miller, where the ... expectation of privacy – or so held the US Supreme Court.
The U.S. Supreme Court may have nixed consideration of Virginia ... a petition before the U.S. Supreme Court seeking to reverse a decision by the U.S. ... this issue given the conflicting decisions by various courts, guidance which ... The petition also cites privacy concerns about transgender students using ...
Seminal decisions of the Supreme Court in Triple Talaq and Privacy point ... of winds blowing in the Supreme Court, giving us an insight into the ... On this issue therefore, the decision of the Supreme Court was split 3:2 ...
U.S. Edition+ ... A separate Supreme Court bench is expected to weigh in on ... the court's decision, made it a point to highlight other parts of the ruling. ... the 4th President of the United States and co-framer of the American ...
Privacy advocates advise Supreme Court to protect phone location data under the 4th Amendment ... United States, which will settle the question of whether your location and ... The Court's decision in Smith does not determine the scope of ... US Justice Foundation, Gun Owners Foundation, Citizens United ...
This issue caught the attention of the US government, which in October ... and if the data used to train the model reflects past decisions that are biased, the ... of data privacy published by the Takshashila Institute, titled “Beyond consent: A ... A nine-judge Constitution bench of the Supreme Court is currently ...
The U.S. Supreme Court has already ruled that there are good reasons to not disclose ... would interfere with those members rights of privacy and free association. ... and I based that decision on U.S. Supreme Court decisions.
A federal court today ruled that the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency ... Information provided here is subject to Science's Privacy Policy. ... "Our decision today does not in any way cabin those expansive EPA ... Amanda covers the Supreme Court, federal appellate courts and legal issues for Greenwire.
Lawyers for Fattah argued in their filing to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the ... Fattah's appeal leans heavily on a 2016 Supreme Court decision ...
When Foreign Companies Are Making, Not Killing, U.S. Jobs ... Digital Privacy to Come Under Supreme Court's Scrutiny ... United States, which the Supreme Court will hear in its next term starting in October. ... California, a 2014 decision, that cellphones are now “such a pervasive and insistent part of daily ...
WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court dealt North Carolina a setback on ... affirming a decision that struck down many state legislative districts for ... The decisions were the latest in a series of voting rights cases from North Carolina. ... of the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit, in Cincinnati, ...
So rarely do we come across unanimous Supreme Court judgments that the ... bench concerning the right to privacy (R2P, hereafter) comes to us as a great gift. ... Both sets of decisions open new doors of constitutional perception. ... The R2P decision is significant for opening many doors to the future.
India's Supreme Court voted unanimously last week to declare privacy is a fundamental right, in a decision that may have serious implications ...
The Supreme Court Might Have Something to Say About That. ... your shoulder — but in a decision issued last week, a federal court in Utah ... right to object when the peeker is the United States government. ... he lacked a reasonable expectation of privacy in the numbers he ... That brings us back to Utah.
Google argues that the ruling violates US law. The Canadian Supreme Court's (CSC) decision to force Google to remove its links globally has ...
According to the complaint filed on Friday in California federal court, "Rebels will depict Marley and certain incidents in his life in the context of a transformative fictional and artistic work protected by the First Amendment to the United States ...
Hundreds of lower courts have interpreted and applied the Supreme Court's decision in Spokeo, Inc. v. Robins over the past ten months.
Justices also noted a 1957 Supreme Court decision that said "any civil action for patent infringement may be brought in the judicial district where the defendant resides.
"I have made no final decision," Blumenthal said. Murphy said, "I'm continuing to ... Gorsuch, a judge on the Colorado-based 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, underwent a grueling marathon confirmation hearing last week in the Senate Judiciary ...
The Arizona high court said its 3-2 decision tracks a 2013 U.S. Supreme Court ruling on warrantless blood draws and Fourth Amendment privacy rights of DUI suspects. The decision said Mohave County Judge Derek Carlisle erred in refusing to bar use of a ...
When you can't ban something outright, it's possible to make the process of obtaining it so onerous as to be a kind of punishment.
Confirmation hearings for Supreme Court nominees act out a peculiar Washington ritual in which inquisitive senators gather before TV cameras to hear an aspiring justice politely refuse to answer their questions on all the pressing legal issues of the ...
The bulletin begins with a few scriptural references to righteous judging, then goes on to denounce Supreme Court rulings of the past 50 years that upheld the separation of church and state, recognized a right to privacy that includes the right of a ...
Deschutes County Circuit Court Judge Michael Adler must balance a variety of what could be competing interests as he oversees the upcoming murder trial of Edwin Lara.
The nominee resists all requests to say how he feels about Supreme Court decisions, even as he is asked about them again and again.
WASHINGTON - The Supreme Court on Wednesday stepped in to the national conversation on police practices, wrestling with a California police shooting case where sheriff's deputies shot an innocent couple during their search for a wanted man.
RICHMOND, Va. - Does it matter whether a prayer opening a government meeting is led by local clergy or an elected official? That's a question a federal appeals court is wrestling with in a unique case examining the constitutional requirement of ...
Two Supreme Court precedents. Take two key U.S. Supreme Court cases, decided 30 years apart, that are often cited by advocates for press freedom.
It was also one of several key cases establishing the right to privacy, a topic of ongoing debate in the US that resurfaced at Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch's confirmation hearings this week. Though birth ... "If the right of privacy means ...


 

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