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TweetNew proposed legislation entitled the Cyber Intelligence Sharing Protection Act of 2011 (CISPA) is  currently making its way through Congress, and it is already being censured, similar to the way the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) was heavily criticized before further steps necessary to enact that bill were postponed earlier this year. The proposed statute […]


Tweet The U. S. Supreme Court recently heard arguments in the case Filarsky v. Delia (appealed from 9th Cir. 9/9/10) involving a private employment attorney, Steve Filarsky, retained by the City of Rialto to conduct an internal affairs investigation. Filarsky caused the City to order respondent firefighter Delia to consent to a warrantless search of […]