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Qualified Impunity – Federal Appeals Court Rules

No Constitutional Right to Information Privacy from Police Disclosure of Sexual Assault Victim Information to the Press On June 15, 2020, the U.S. Supreme Court declined to take up the issue of “qualified immunity” of law enforcement officers for alleged misconduct, leaving in place the doctrine that says that even when police commit egregious misconduct,…

The Department of Justice is Going After Tech Platforms With Threats of Criminal Prosecution and Removal of Immunity if they DO and if they DON’T Block Speech the Government Doesn’t Like

On June 17, the Department of Justice released its proposed guidelines for making social media entities and carriers liable for the contents of what third parties post on their sites. The proposal would make these providers liable for not censoring content, and liable if they do. The proposal would make social media sites like Facebook, Twitter, TikTok,…