So far, 2020 is a reminder that the fight for women’s sports is always uphill and always happening.NBC News
Thanks to a Supreme Court ruling from 2018, most of the evidence that might be hidden on a suspect’s phone is only accessible with some sort of warrant. Now, a Seattle judge is extending these protections even further. Morewww.gizmodo.com.au
The German Federal Constitutional Court has ruled that the current regulations regarding the surveillance of foreigners outside of Germany are unconstitutional. The judges remarked that the "strategic international telecommunications surveillance" conflicts with the constitutional rights protecting the secrecy of telecommunications and the freedom of press.Highest German court rules that internet surveillance of foreigners in foreign countries is unconstitutional — Pendect
A Tennessee court has overturned the convictions of a man who was charged with illegally photographing women after he admitted to following them around in stores and using a camera to photograph their breasts or genitals.TheHill
A recent Illinois Supreme Court decision confirms the legality of certain formats of daily fantasy sports within the state -- an outcome that promotes the entry of new market competitors.Forbes
A federal appeals court on Tuesday ruled that the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency violated the law when it denied a request from Maryland and Delaware to tighten air pollution controls at power plants in upwind neighboring states.U.S.
The Minnesota Supreme Court has ruled that the state’s Department of Natural Resources (DNR) has the power under state law to change the name of the lake in Minneapolis widely known as Lake Calhoun back to the former Dakota name by which Native people once called it, Bde Maka Ska.TheHill