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Empirical SCOTUS: Indirectly inferring Kavanaugh’s position in abortion cases - SCOTUSblog
SCOTUSBlog: Empirical SCOTUS: Indirectly inferring Kavanaugh’s position in abortion cases
privacy  from twitter
7 weeks ago by krisnelson
Empirical SCOTUS: Expect Kavanaugh to shift the court rightward - how far no one knows - SCOTUSblog
SCOTUSBlog: Empirical SCOTUS: Expect Kavanaugh to shift the court rightward — how far no one knows
privacy  from twitter
9 weeks ago by krisnelson
Justice Kennedy: The linchpin of the transformation of civil rights for the LGBTQ community - SCOTUSblog
SCOTUSBlog: Justice Kennedy: The linchpin of the transformation of civil rights for the LGBTQ community
privacy  from twitter
11 weeks ago by krisnelson
Tribute: Formidable teacher, friend and still "somewhat of an enigma" - SCOTUSblog
SCOTUSBlog: Tribute: Formidable teacher, friend and still “somewhat of an enigma”
privacy  from twitter
11 weeks ago by krisnelson
A "view" from the courtroom: "Some good and hard thinking on all sides" - SCOTUSblog
SCOTUSBlog: A “view” from the courtroom: “Some good and hard thinking on all sides”
privacy  from twitter
12 weeks ago by krisnelson
Opinion analysis: Justices decline to extend Fourth Amendment’s "automobile exception" - SCOTUSblog
SCOTUSBlog: Opinion analysis: Justices decline to extend Fourth Amendment’s “automobile exception”
privacy  from twitter
may 2018 by krisnelson
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RT : How is the affecting the landscape in the U.S.? Have you received any emails from online services ex…
privacy  GDPR  from twitter
may 2018 by krisnelson
"RBG": New documentary celebrates Ginsburg’s life and legacy - SCOTUSblog
SCOTUSBlog: “RBG”: New documentary celebrates Ginsburg’s life and legacy
privacy  from twitter
may 2018 by krisnelson
Argument preview: Should courts read statutory exclusionary rules broadly? - SCOTUSblog
SCOTUSBlog: Argument preview: Should courts read statutory exclusionary rules broadly? https://t.co/JE29Cj9TuG #privacy
via:packrati.us  privacy 
february 2018 by krisnelson
Symposium: Justices can, and should, write nuanced ruling to balance competing interests - SCOTUSblog
SCOTUSBlog: Symposium: Justices can, and should, write nuanced ruling to balance competing interests https://t.co/zIbNuBZbAC #privacy
privacy  via:packrati.us 
february 2018 by krisnelson
Symposium: Comity tonight - conflicts of law in cross-border data demands - SCOTUSblog
SCOTUSBlog: Symposium: Comity tonight — conflicts of law in cross-border data demands https://t.co/I17AapXNDk #privacy
privacy  via:packrati.us 
february 2018 by krisnelson
Argument analysis: Rental cars, reasonable expectations of privacy and property rights - SCOTUSblog
SCOTUSBlog: Argument analysis: Rental cars, reasonable expectations of privacy and property rights https://t.co/rGjuJmWfyd #privacy
via:packrati.us  privacy 
january 2018 by krisnelson
A "view" from the courtroom: Vehicle problems at the Supreme Court - SCOTUSblog
SCOTUSBlog: A “view” from the courtroom: Vehicle problems at the Supreme Court https://t.co/wph2b2UtxR #privacy
privacy  via:packrati.us 
january 2018 by krisnelson
Argument preview: Justices to consider scope of Fourth Amendment’s “automobile exception” - SCOTUSblog
SCOTUSBlog: Argument preview: Justices to consider scope of Fourth Amendment’s “automobile exception” https://t.co/CQnOpWI0Os #privacy
via:packrati.us  privacy 
january 2018 by krisnelson
Argument analysis: Drawing a line on privacy for cellphone records, but where? - SCOTUSblog
SCOTUSBlog: Argument analysis: Drawing a line on privacy for cellphone records, but where? https://t.co/VxfxD9YhVE #privacy
via:packrati.us  privacy 
november 2017 by krisnelson
Argument preview: The justices return to cellphones and the Fourth Amendment - SCOTUSblog
SCOTUSBlog: Argument preview: The justices return to cellphones and the Fourth Amendment https://t.co/VckNotMJ1c #privacy
via:packrati.us  privacy 
november 2017 by krisnelson
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