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I recently addressed the general implications of the Stored Communications Act on locating and retrieving electronic evidence in a Law360 article entitled “A Hurdle to Obtaining Electronic Evidence.” As explained by the Ninth...more
In civil litigation, eDiscovery disputes hardly ever rise to the level of constitutional importance. But in the criminal arena, the rules are different....more
As the judicial branch
and distributing court records
electronically, the Supreme
Court of Florida has viewed
the confidentiality of a narrow
set of records as a...more
If you get sued in court, will your Facebook privacy settings protect you from opposing counsel’s request for electronic discovery? If that information is material and necessary for the opposition’s case and the...more
This decision is the subject of the grant of certiorari by the United States Supreme Court in United States v. Jones, 10-1259.
Maynard and Jones were co-defendants. All legal issues have either been resolved or abandoned...more
In December 2004, Apple filed a lawsuit in Santa Clara county against unnamed individuals who allegedly leaked information about new Apple products to several online news sites, including AppleInsider and PowerPage. The...more
EFF handled this leading case with the ACLU of Washington State. In it, a federal district court in the Eastern District of Washington held that the identities of 23 participants in an Infospace chatroom were protected from...more
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