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A Roundup of CCPA Court Decisions (I Only Know of 7)

This post recaps the court decisions analyzing the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) so far. I only know of seven opinions as of May 1, 2021, a number that struck me as surprisingly small. (If you think I’m missing any, please email me). Overview CCPA lawsuits generally fit into one of the following four categories: Data breach Private Right of Action (PRA). Since Jan. 1, 2020, the CCPA authorizes a private right of action with respect to certain data breaches. I expected this would be a ...
Tags: Facebook, Law, California, Virginia, Walmart, Stasi, Pra, Doj, Privacy/security, Guzman, Rahman, McCoy, HIPAA, Facebook Inc, AG, Alphabet Inc


Interesting and critical accounting of Biden Administration's criminal justice work over first 100 days

This new lengthy Law360 piece, headlined "Biden Falls Short On Criminal Justice Reform In First 100 Days," provides a fittingly critical review of the Biden Administration's criminal justice work over its first 100 days in office.  I recommend the piece in full, and here are some highlights (along with an interesting graphic): President Joe Biden made a slew of campaign promises on the criminal justice reform front that he has made little progress on in his first 100 days in office, disappointi...
Tags: Law, Congress, White House, America, Barack Obama, Joe Biden, Biden, Donald Trump, Trump, Rahman, Jacobs, U S Department of Health and Human Services, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, Vera Institute of Justice, Jen Psaki, Psaki


Justices spar over death penalty (Corrected)

Tensions over the death penalty resurfaced today at the Supreme Court. The justices declined to take up two petitions for review filed by death-row inmates in Alabama and Tennessee, in orders accompanied by opinions that were sometimes biting. The justices also took the unusual step of issuing new opinions relating to their decision in March to put the execution of a Texas inmate on hold. In the early morning hours on April 12, the Supreme Court cleared the way for Alabama to execute Christoph...
Tags: Texas, Featured, Supreme Court, Law, Court, Alabama, Tennessee, Johnson, Corrections, Thomas, Sonia Sotomayor, Buddhist, John Roberts, Murphy, Rahman, Howe


The Second Republican Revival

K. Sabeel Rahman and Ganesh Sitaraman As questions of economic inequality have taken center stage in American politics, there has been a growing interest among public law scholars in questions of power, institutional design, inequality, and political economy. Scholars like Zephyr Teachout, Larry Lessig, Yasmin Dawood, and others have used concepts like domination and corruption to diagnose problems of oligarchy, inequality, and the failures of our campaign finance system. Professors Joey Fi...
Tags: Law, Republican, Branding, Guest Blogger, Rahman, Cross, Teachout, Brooklyn Law School, Fishkin, Forbath, Sabeel Rahman, Kate Andrias, Joey Fishkin Willy Forbath, Vanderbilt Law School, Ganesh Sitaraman, Sitaraman



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