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    Non-Sequiturs: 11.17.15

    * A true model of what political discourse should look like in this country: West Point cadets and Bard College students squared off in a debate over individuals’ right to privacy over national security concerns. [Huffington Post]

    * The debate over bail reform in New York gets real, and some judges get angry. [Wise Law NY]

    * Oof! Which Massachusetts law school saw a 14% drop in its bar passage rate? And other trends from the latest states to release its bar exam results. [Bar Exam Stats]

    * Lawyers fighting the good fight, and standing up for your right to wear a pasta strainer over your head in your driver’s license photo. [Boston Globe]

    * So it looks like the Supreme Court will be revisiting the reproductive choice rights set forth in Roe, but how did we get here? [RH Reality Check]

    * Tom Hanks plays a lawyer that can predict the future. [Guile is Good]

    34 Comments / / Nov 17, 2015 at 5:01 PM
  • Cyberlaw, Privacy, Screw-Ups, Technology

    Hackers Probably Stole Your Email Address Last Weekend

    Raise your hand if you are a JPMorgan Chase customer. Now raise your hand if you’ve shopped at Best Buy. How about Citibank, Target or Walgreens? Has everybody in the world raised their hands yet? Congratulations — your email address may have been stolen. There was a data breach at Epsilon, a Texas-based marketing firm, […]

    16 Comments / / Apr 8, 2011 at 1:24 PM