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We Must Not Tolerate the Use of Secret Software in Our Criminal Courts

A recent article published in Slate.com by Rebecca Wexler, a fellow at Yale Law School’s Information Society Project and visiting scholar at Berkeley School of Law’s Human Rights Center, highlights a real problem – the inability to test the efficacy of … Continue reading

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Keep Hitting that “Like” Button – You are now Protected

Good News Facebook fans – We were surprised earlier this spring when a federal district court judge ruled that “liking” a politician’s FB page was not protected speech under the First Amendment; this seemed to us to be an excellent example … Continue reading

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