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Supreme Court Casts Doubt on $8.5 Million Google Privacy Settlement

Supreme Court Casts Doubt on $8.5 Million Google Privacy SettlementThe U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday put in jeopardy an $8.5 million settlement Google made with users to resolve a class action lawsuit accusing it of violating their privacy by sharing users’ search queries with other websites. The justices, in … ….. Read More.INSURANCE JOURNAL – General | Consumers & ShoppingThu, March 21, 20193 hours ago


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Clarence Thomas makes rare intervention during Supreme Court arguments

Clarence Thomas makes rare intervention during Supreme Court argumentsSupreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas surprised court watchers on Wednesday when he made a rare intervention in court arguments — asking a question in a case where a death row inmate is challenging his conviction and sentence. ….. Read More.FOX NEWS – Politics | Politics & GovernmentWed, March 20, 201914 hours ago


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Cramer: The court can rein in Tesla CEO Elon Musk with one of these three moves

Cramer: The court can rein in Tesla CEO Elon Musk with one of these three movesJim Cramer explains why a federal judge must remove Musk as CEO, install a watch on the board, or charge the Tesla co-founder for violating a court-approved order. ….. Read More.CNBC – Business | Business & CommerceWed, March 20, 20199 hours ago


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Supreme Court sides with Trump on immigration detention

Supreme Court sides with Trump on immigration detentionThe highest court has sided with the administration on a policy to detain convicted noncitizens. ….. Read More.BBC NEWS – United States & Canada | U.S. National NewsTue, March 19, 20192 days ago


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A Tattooed Libertarian on the Arizona Supreme Court: Clint Bolick’s Long Fight for F...

A Tattooed Libertarian on the Arizona Supreme Court: Clint Bolick’s Long Fight for F…In 2016, Clint Bolick became an associate justice on the Arizona State Supreme Court, making him one of the most influential—and consequential—libertarians in today’s legal world. That appointment is merely the most recent career highlight for the 61-year-old activist, author, and policy wonk. Bolick worked under Clarence Thomas at the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission in the 1980s before moving to the Justice Department. While he was there he published his first book, which argued that the civil rights movement should focus on removing government barriers to economic opportunity. In 1991, Bolick and Chip Mellor founded the Institute for Justice, the country’s premier libertarian public-interest law firm. In 2007, he became vice president for litigation at the Goldwater Institute, Arizona’s leading free-market think tank, where he took on restrictive licensing, zoning, and business regulations—and became a nemesis to…


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Live Video: Watch the Wisconsin Supreme Court candidate forum in Milwaukee at noon today

Live Video: Watch the Wisconsin Supreme Court candidate forum in Milwaukee at noon todayThe Milwaukee Bar Association will host a judicial candidate form featuring the two candidates running for Wisconsin Supreme Court at noon Tuesday.         ….. Read More.Journal Sentinel – Politics | Politics & GovernmentTue, March 19, 20192 days ago


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