High Court Justices Hint at More Digital-Privacy Protections

(Bloomberg) — U.S. Supreme Court justices expressed concern about privacy intrusions in the digital age, hinting they may curb the power of law enforcement officials to track people using mobile-phone data. In a spirited argument that went 20 minutes beyond its Continue reading High Court Justices Hint at More Digital-Privacy Protections

High Court Justices Hint at More Digital-Privacy Protections

(Bloomberg) — U.S. Supreme Court justices expressed concern about privacy intrusions in the digital age, hinting they may curb the power of law enforcement officials to track people using mobile-phone data. In a spirited argument that went 20 minutes beyond its Continue reading High Court Justices Hint at More Digital-Privacy Protections

Mobile-Phone Case at Supreme Court to Test Privacy Protections

(Bloomberg) — A U.S. Supreme Court with a record of protecting digital privacy is taking up a case that may curb law enforcement officials’ power to track people using mobile-phone data. In arguments Nov. 29, the justices will consider requiring prosecutors Continue reading Mobile-Phone Case at Supreme Court to Test Privacy Protections

Mobile-Phone Case at Supreme Court to Test Privacy Protections

(Bloomberg) — A U.S. Supreme Court with a record of protecting digital privacy is taking up a case that may curb law enforcement officials’ power to track people using mobile-phone data. In arguments Nov. 29, the justices will consider requiring prosecutors Continue reading Mobile-Phone Case at Supreme Court to Test Privacy Protections

Microsoft Email-Access Fight With U.S. Gets Supreme Court Review

(Bloomberg) — The U.S. Supreme Court agreed to decide whether law enforcement officials conducting a criminal investigation can demand data held overseas by Microsoft Corp. and other technology companies in a high-stakes clash over digital privacy. The justices will review a Continue reading Microsoft Email-Access Fight With U.S. Gets Supreme Court Review

Kim Dotcom Rejected by U.S. Supreme Court on $40 Million Seizure

(Bloomberg) — The U.S. Supreme Court rejected an appeal from embattled internet entrepreneur Kim Dotcom, leaving intact an order that lets the federal government seize $40 million from accounts in Hong Kong and New Zealand. A federal appeals court said Dotcom Continue reading Kim Dotcom Rejected by U.S. Supreme Court on $40 Million Seizure

Kim Dotcom Rejected by U.S. Supreme Court on $40 Million Seizure

(Bloomberg) — The U.S. Supreme Court rejected an appeal from embattled internet entrepreneur Kim Dotcom, leaving intact an order that lets the federal government seize $40 million from accounts in Hong Kong and New Zealand. A federal appeals court said Dotcom Continue reading Kim Dotcom Rejected by U.S. Supreme Court on $40 Million Seizure

AT&T Seeks Supreme Court Review on Net Neutrality Rule

(Bloomberg) — AT&T Inc. and other broadband providers asked the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn the Obama-era “net neutrality” rule barring internet service providers from slowing or blocking rivals’ content. The appeals, filed Thursday, will put new pressure on a rule Continue reading AT&T Seeks Supreme Court Review on Net Neutrality Rule

AT&T Seeks Supreme Court Review on Net Neutrality Rule

(Bloomberg) — AT&T Inc. and other broadband providers asked the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn the Obama-era “net neutrality” rule barring internet service providers from slowing or blocking rivals’ content. The appeals, filed Thursday, will put new pressure on a rule Continue reading AT&T Seeks Supreme Court Review on Net Neutrality Rule