Mon, 26 February 2018
On Tuesday, the Supreme Court will hear arguments in a case that could have far-reaching implications on law enforcement’s ability to access digital records.
In US v. Microsoft, the tech giant is challenging a US search warrant involving data stored in servers located in Ireland. The case poses major questions over data access in the Internet age.
The case hinges on the Stored Communications Act, which was passed in 1986, long before the explosion of emails and the Internet.
The government argues that access to records stored by US companies overseas is vital as evidence for criminal cases such as terrorism, child pornography and fraud.
Michael Whitener of VLP Law Group discusses the implications of the case.
Tue, 6 February 2018
The Supreme Court, in deciding Christie v. NCAA, could open the door for legalized sports gambling across the U.S. What are the odds? What would be the impact on professional sports?
Glen Rothstein of Rothstein Law tackles the issue
Direct download: Will_the_Supreme_Court_Legalize_Sports_Gambling.mp3
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