Category «Cyberlaw Legislation»

Canine Assisted Investigation in the Borderlands of Privacy

Ken Strutin brings attention and focus to the fact that dog detection at airports for contraband, in traffic stops for narcotics, at fire scenes for accelerants and at suspect lineups are playing an increasingly important role in criminal investigations. At the same time, Ken documents that the thresholds of olfactory detection continue to test the limits of privacy, probable cause and due process. Recently, the U.S. Supreme Court decided two cases involving animal assisted investigation. The fallout from these decisions will add to the evolving body of case law in federal and state courts as they continue to sort out the constitutional limits of this type of investigation.

Subjects: Court Resources, Courts & Technology, Cyberlaw Legislation, Privacy

SOPAs Evil Twin Sister CISPA

Well known graphic artists Jake O’Neil and Spencer Belkofer created this infographic out of a sense of urgency to visualize the salient information with as many communities as possible. This bill, the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act of 2011, has not garnered the media coverage of the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA), but its high impact implications target key legal issues involving privacy and intellectual property.

Subjects: Congress, Cyberlaw, Cyberlaw Legislation, Features, Intellectual Property, Privacy

CongressLine – What’s in a Name? The Domain Name Imbroglio

Carol M. Morrissey has been a Legislative Specialist in Washington, D. C. office for 13 years. She is a lawyer and

Subjects: Cyberlaw Legislation, Domain Names

Identity Theft: An Annotated Bibliography of Federal, State, Consumer and News Resources

Identity Theft: A Bibliography of Federal, State, Consumer and News Resources

By Sabrina I. Pacifici

Subjects: Congress, Cybercrime, Cyberlaw, Cyberlaw Legislation, Features, Government Resources, Privacy

Features – The Children's Internet Protection Act: The Recent District Court Decision in Context, for Librarians and Library Pat

The Children’s Internet Protection Act: The Recent District Court Decision in Context, for Librarians and Library Patrons

By Mary Minow

Subjects: Cyberlaw Legislation, Features, Internet Filtering

CongressLine – Anti-Spam Legislation Hits Its Stride

Carol M. Morrissey has been a Legislative Specialist in Washington, D.C. for 15 years. She is a lawyer and legislative expert, and has authored a Congressional update column for LLRX.com since 1996.

Subjects: CongressLine, Cyberlaw Legislation

CongressLine – Online Privacy Legislation

Carol M. Morrissey has been a Legislative Specialist in Washington, D.C. for 15 years. She is a lawyer and legislative expert, and has authored a Congressional update column for LLRX.com since 1996.

Subjects: CongressLine, Cyberlaw Legislation, Privacy

CongressLine – Issues in the Spotlight – Internet Filtering and Internet Gambling

Carol M. Morrissey has been a Legislative Specialist in Washington, D.C. for 15 years. She is a lawyer and legislative expert, and has authored a Congressional update column for LLRX.com since 1996.

Subjects: CongressLine, Cyberlaw Legislation

CongressLine – Cybersquatting – The Ins and Outs of Domain Dispute Resolution

Carol M. Morrissey has been a Legislative Specialist in Washington, D.C. for 14 years. She is a lawyer and legislative expert, and has authored a Congressional update column for LLRX.com since 1996.

Subjects: CongressLine, Cyberlaw Legislation, Domain Names

CongressLine – Security and Trust in Cyberspace, Carnivore and R.I.P

Carol M. Morrissey has been a Legislative Specialist in Washington, D.C. for 14 years. She is a lawyer and legislative expert, and has authored a Congressional update column for LLRX.com since 1996.

Subjects: CongressLine, Cyberlaw Legislation, Privacy
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