DOJ: “Policies Should Affirmatively Set Forth the First Amendment Right to Record Police Activity”

Christoper Sharp v. Baltimore City Police Department, the United States Department of Justice, Civil Rights Division reaffirmed the right to record police activity, stating that: “Policies should affirmatively set forth the contours of individuals’ First Amendment right to observe  and record police officers engaged in the public discharge of their duties.”  The letter also reaffirms that this right belongs to all individuals, and not merely the press. DOJ Letter to Baltimore Police Department  ]]]]> ]]>

CFAA 2021 Year in review

2021 CFAA Year in Review

In 2021 the United States Supreme Court finally considered what constitutes unauthorized access under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act. It put a bullet in

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