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Questions of Privacy, Politics and Murder in Lebanon Text-Message Row

BY Lisa Goldman | Wednesday, December 19 2012

In the wake of a high-profile car-bombing in Lebanon, text messages might finger the killers — or they might just be a useful diversion. Read More

California Law Bans Jurors' Courtroom Tweets

BY Nick Judd | Tuesday, August 9 2011

In California, a new law explicitly bans use of social media while on jury duty: Courts will soon be required to explicitly warn jurors not to share case details or research potential case information via texts, blogs, ... Read More

Friday Night Oyezs

BY Nancy Scola | Thursday, September 30 2010

Photo credit: Brandon Cirillo Big doings at the Supreme Court. Well, minor doings, but when it comes to the adoption of technologies in the high court, our scale shrinks. Read More

On What People Don't Know They Want from PACER

BY Nancy Scola | Wednesday, August 18 2010

If you're behind on your reading of The Third Branch, the newsletter of the federal judiciary, than you might have missed this Q&A with Judge J. Richard Leonard on electronic access to judicial information by the ... Read More