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Is Privacy Dead?

Woman exercising right to privacyPrivacy isn’t dead but if it is going to survive it must be vigilantly guarded. I’m not saying that you must go mountain man and live off the grid to protect your privacy. But if you are serious about keeping some portion of your life private, you must take certain actions to guard your privacy.

By the way, this is not a new problem. In 1890, before he became a Supreme Court justice, Louis Brandeis wrote a Harvard…

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  • Privacy
  • Jun 02, 2012

Pennsylvania Court Loves Boobies

Pennsylvania Court Loves BoobiesOhio middle school girls are free to wear “I love boobies” bracelets at school following a ruling by a Federal District Court Judge for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.  The court stated that “a school may categorically prohibit speech that is (1) lewd, vulgar, or profane; (2) school-sponsored speech on the basis of a legitimate pedagogical concern; and (3) speech that advocates illegal drug use. If school speech does not fit within one of these exceptions, it may…

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  • First Amendment
  • Feb 19, 2012

Unhappy Days for CBS

Unhappy DaysFive cast members of the iconic television show “Happy Days” have sued CBS Studios for unpaid merchandising royalties. The lawsuit seeks Ten Million Dollars ($10,000,000.00) due to the failure of CBS to pay the actors for the use of their name and likeness for merchandising. CBS was served with the complaint on Tuesday.

Happy Days is one of the most popular shows in television history. The complaint alleges that “’Happy Days’ epitomizes what is best in America with the Cunningham family exemplifying…

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  • Happy Days
  • Apr 28, 2011

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