Comcast Wins Privacy Suit
- WEBCAM SPYING CASE. // Technology & Learning;Apr2010, Vol. 30 Issue 9, p10
The article offers information on the case of a student from Lower Merion School District in Philadelphi, Pennsylvania who filed a lawsuit against the school officials for invasion of privacy with the use of remote-control software.
- Media fights back against legal gagging orders. Dowell, Katy // Lawyer;2/22/2010, Vol. 24 Issue 8, p6
The article reports on the increase in number of media interventions as several high-profile cases put the spotlight on the conflicts between freedom of expression and the right to privacy.
- circuit briefs. Reisinger, Sue // Corporate Legal Times;Aug2002, Vol. 12 Issue 129, p52
Offers information on court cases in the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals as of August 2002. Libel lawsuit filed by judge Darlene Whitten and district attorney Bruce Isaacks against the 'Dallas Observer' newspaper; Invasion of privacy lawsuit filed by Amber Kulhanek against AccroMedia Inc., E!...
- Free speech and wireless privacy face off. Silva, Jeffre // RCR;07/03/2000, Vol. 19 Issue 27, p18
Focuses on the United States Supreme Court's examination of a case that dealt with the conflict between free speech and wireless privacy.
- Government employees have limited privacy rights. // HR Specialist: California Employment Law;Apr2012, Vol. 6 Issue 4, p3
The article discusses the court case Marken v. Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District, which deals with privacy rights of Government employees.
- A TORT OF INVASION OF PRIVACY IN AUSTRALIA? Butler, Des // Melbourne University Law Review;2005, Vol. 29 Issue 2, p339
This article addresses the potential form of protection of personal privacy in Australia. It has been suggested that there is a case for recognizing two separate privacy torts: one protecting against unreasonable intrusion and the other protecting against disclosure of private facts. Once a form...
- A man who became a hero when he thwarted an assassination attempt on former President Gerald Ford but who then suffered when the nationwide media reported that he was gay has lost another round of his invasion-of-privacy lawsuit. Kulieke, Stephen // Advocate;5/29/1984, Issue 395, p13
Focuses on invasion-of-privacy lawsuit lost by Oliver Sipple, who thwarted an assassination attempt on former U.S. President Gerald Ford but then suffered when the media reported that he was gay. Ruling of judges of California Court of Appeals on Oliver's homosexuality; Objection of Oliver's...
- 10th Circuit Reverses Pre-Trial Injunction in Sex-Reporting Case. A. S. L. // Lesbian -- Gay Law Notes;Feb2006, p16
The article reports on the ruling of the 10th Circuit Court that the district court of Wichita erred in preliminary enjoining enforcement of a Kansas sex reporting statute in involving consensual underage sex in the case Aid for Women v. Foulston. The Circuit panel ruled that "participants have...
- A 'Supreme' case? Buckman, Robert // Editor & Publisher;08/28/99, Vol. 132 Issue 35, p16
Reports on the Louisiana Supreme Court's decision to reinstate a privacy lawsuit against two newspapers. Question by Central Newspapers Inc. on the liability of media for reporting information illegally recorded by public figures; Case as stemming from a race for local judgeship in Ayovelles...