Should the FTC Regulate Privacy on Social Networking Sites?
A recent paper argues that regulation of social networking sites could help protect privacy and reduce litigation.
Advocate on Health Care Act Discusses Supreme Court’s Current Term
A former Solicitor General, who will argue for the act’s unconstitutionality, spoke at Penn Law.
Hiding Our Unpopular Privacy
Why government should protect our privacy even when we would not.
CMS Issues Guidance on Same-Sex Partners as Patient Representatives
Hospitals cannot discriminate against same-sex domestic partners as representatives for incapacitated patients.
House Holds Hearing on the Impact of an EU Privacy Regulation
European privacy protection raises questions about optimal level of regulation.
Could a Future President Reinstate the Military’s “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” Policy?
Despite some Republican candidate promises, reinstating a ban on gays in the military would be hard to do.
11th Circuit Finds Affordable Care Act’s Individual Mandate Unconstitutional
Decision splits circuits, sparking responses from presidential candidates.
11th Circuit Rejects Unlimited Power to Impose Federal Mandates
The appeals court demonstrates why health insurance requirement is unconstitutional.
New Cost-Benefit Website for Criminal Justice
Website can be resource for criminal law policymakers.
House Passes Bill to Ban Indirect Federal Funding of Abortion
The bill would prohibit government subsidies for healthcare plans that cover abortions.
New Virginia Legislation on the Closure of Abortion Clinics
The law requires abortion clinics to meet stringent standards.
Senate Judiciary Committee Discusses the Electronic Communications Privacy Act
Agencies disagree over how to balance between privacy and crime-fighting.