Traditionally the constitutional position is that every individual is free to go about his or her own business without interference by the state and it’s only if a police officer has reasonable grounds for suspicion that an individual then can be subject to police intervention of some kind. But the use of live facial recognition
When Savana Redding was 13 years old, she was strip searched by officials of her Safford, AZ middle school. ACLU presents Ever since I was little I loved school. I never wanted to miss a day of it. Screen shows: Newspaper article: Strip searches at school: Discipline gone too far? Savana Redding Plaintiff in Supreme
The Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court or FISA Court was established by Congress in 1978 to oversee the government’s foreign intelligence surveillance. The reason it was established is that in the 1970s, the Church Committee had documented widespread surveillance abuses by the intelligence community within the United States. The compromise that Congress struck was to permit
In the spring of 2016, a legal battle between Apple and the Federal Bureau of Investigation captured the world’s attention. Apple has built security features into its mobile products which protect data on its devices from everyone but the owner. That means that criminals, hackers and yes, even governments are all locked out. For Apple’s
Just before Christmas, I had the amazing opportunity to challenge leaders from some of the main British political parties. That included the Green Party, UKIP, Labour and the Liberal Democrats. But for some strange reason, Prime Minister David Cameron (leader of the Conservative Party) decided to cancel last minute. Hmm… I wonder why that was.
The one thing they don’t tell law students is your first year of practice, you’re walking malpractice. You think you know what you’re doing but you have no idea what you’re doing By that end of that first year you’ve done things several times you start to build confidence. By your fifth year you’re pretty