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  • Anti-abortion advocates pleased with Supreme Court ruling

    Anti-abortion advocates pleased with Supreme Court ruling
    Just as they disagree about the right to abortion, both sides of the issue differed about Thursday's U.S. Supreme Court ruling that dismantles a Massachusetts law separating clinic visitors from abortion opponents. In a unanimous decision, the highest...
  • Supreme Court limits police right to search cell phones

    Supreme Court limits police right to search cell phones
    The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday ruled that police officers usually need a warrant before they can search an arrested suspect's cellphone. The court said on a 9-0 vote in an opinion written by Chief Justice John Roberts that the right of police to...
  • At last, a victory for privacy

    The following editorial appeared in the San Jose Mercury News on Thursday, June 26: Finally, a victory for personal privacy. In an era of increasing government intrusion into the lives of the governed, the U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday ruled...
  • Broadcasters cheer as Aereo loses Supreme Court fight

    In a major victory for the broadcast television industry, the Supreme Court ruled that Aereo — the start-up tech firm that distributes local television signals over the Internet — is illegal. The 6-3 decision in the case of ABC vs. Aereo...
  • Editorial: Court is saying, 'Get a warrant'

    Editorial: Court is saying, 'Get a warrant'
    The U.S. Supreme Court's ruling that police need a warrant to look at the contents of a cell phone even after an arrest is a big victory for privacy. In the 21st century, a cell phone is not just a phone -- it's a voluminous record of your entire life....
  • U.S. Supreme Court Upholds Privacy Of Cellphones

    WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court brought the constitutional right of personal privacy into the digital era Wednesday, ruling unanimously that police may not search a smartphone or similar device without a warrant from a judge. The decision is the...
  • A smart, historic ruling on cellphone privacy

    A smart, historic ruling on cellphone privacy
    In 2012, Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. told a university audience that the challenge for the Supreme Court for the next 50 years would be: "How do we adapt old, established rules to new technology?" On Wednesday, the court proved itself equal to...
  • Cellphone ruling could slow investigations, police say

    Cellphone ruling could slow investigations, police say
    The cops and deputies who patrol the streets of Los Angeles could be hampered and investigations slowed as a result of a U.S. Supreme Court ruling that says law enforcement officers must obtain a warrant before searching the contents of a smartphone or...
  • Supreme Court rules police cannot search smartphones without warrant

    The Supreme Court brought the constitutional right of personal privacy into the digital era Wednesday, ruling unanimously that police may not search a smartphone or similar device without a warrant from a judge. The decision is the court’s most...
  • Supreme Court trims, rather than gutting, investor class actions

    Ruling on Halliburton Co.'s appeal in a securities law case, the Supreme Court on Monday made it a bit harder for investors — including just about every American with a 401(k) — to recover the share value they lost when a public company's...
  • U.S. attorneys, take heed: Don't make garden-variety crimes into federal cases

    The Supreme Court unanimously agreed this week that federal prosecutors could not use an international chemical weapons treaty to bring a case against a Philadelphia-area woman who tried to poison a romantic rival. The decision was a deserved rebuke for...