The ambiguities inherent in the often-amended Computer Fraud & Abuse Act are growing as aggressive litigants vie for competing interpretations.
For decades Penn State football fans claimed their program was different, better and purer than others-a model for all college sports. Not anymore.
Whatever one thinks of Roger Clemens’ veracity (let alone possible steroid use), the idea that his criminal trial ends without a verdict because the prosecutors blatantly disregarded the court’s instructions by showing the jury inadmissible evidence is just astounding. Brings to mind former Supreme Court Justice Benjamin Cardozo’s famous question from the 1920s — […]
Sunday’s special ops killing in Pakistan of Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden — mastermind, symbol and financial underwriter of the Al Qaeda network — produced real feelings of unity in our divided and atomistic culture, aided by social media.
A federal court ruling that mandatory DNA collection for all people facing federal felony charges is constitutional deals a major setback to civil liberties.
Evil as he clearly is, Bernie Madoff’s crimes do not justify an international tribunal reserved historically for “crimes against humanity.”
Thank goodness for jury nullification, because under no rational legal system can hosting a Web video be considered a personal crime by corporate officer.
Bernie Ebbers’ sleaze never ends. I for one hope he rots in prison.
A long time ago, Supreme Court Justice Benjamin Cardozo asked whether “the criminal should go free because the constable has blundered.” The answer to that is yes, but it’s no solace that a crooked politician gets away with corruption for such a stupid blunder.
Humans are sexual beings, but there is indeed a time and a place for everything, including penis pumps. Just ask Austin Powers.