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E-mail privacy gets a win in court

June 24, 2007

From Time: In a startling decision this week, a federal appeals court in Cincinnati ordered the feds to keep their mitts off e-mail stored with an Internet Service Provider (ISP) like Yahoo! unless they notify the sender first or show that he doesn’t consider the e-mail private. The ruling was based on the conclusion that […]

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Online comments by minors protected under constitution

April 14, 2007

The Indiana Government finally does something right. High school students are allowed to practice free speech online and are protected, the Indiana Court of Appeals ruled this week. A three-judge panel ruled on Monday that even if the speech is laden with expletives, what a student says against school policy or against the state is […]

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