10/28/2014 - Courts consider whether a company must share documents related to an internal bribery probe with shareholders and if a city’s policy on firearms is constitutional. Pakistan enacts new terrorism laws, and U.S. legislators address cybersecurity.
09/02/2014 - The Supreme Court rules on using deadly force to stop a high-speed chase, a federal appeals court rules that tracking Americans’ movements using data from their cell phones requires a warrant, and both the United Kingdom and France have enacted laws stripping rights from terrorists.
06/24/2014 - Courts consider whether the FTC can sue a hotel chain for inadequate information security and whether a whistleblower can collect twice on similar information. Australian legislators define privacy, and U.S. legislators address government surveillance.
04/24/2014 - Courts consider whether a data broker is liable for a privacy breach, Congress tackles chemical safety, and the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission releases its annual enforcement and litigation report.