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Using and abusing the law - this time it’s ferpa

USA - May 14 2018 The Federal Education Records Privacy Act, or FERPA, is a well- intentioned piece of legislation designed to protect the privacy of student education...


They’re public records not mission impossible

USA - May 8 2018 People my age will certainly remember the opening of every episode of Mission Impossible. Jim Phelps, the head of the Impossible Mission Force, would...


Maybe InfoWars defense will be - “Hey nobody believe us anyway”

USA - April 6 2018 My friend Ben Kaufman sent me this link earlier this week. The gist is that a plaintiff named Marcel Fontaine has filed a defamation suit against the...


JFK and the right of publicity

USA - March 27 2018 A recent piece in Gizmodo had an interesting post about the Times of London partnering with a tech company and a creative agency to cobble together...


Kentucky legislature about to take a wrong turn

USA - March 23 2018 In 2015, Kentucky’s then Attorney General Jack Conway issued a decision in which he concluded that the “Louisville Water Company did not violate the...