How the Wolf of Wall Street Created the InternetIn a suit to protect his company’s reputation from angry online commenters.
Do Americans Care About the Privacy of Our Metadata?Yes—and that means President Obama should make the NSA care, too.
Judge Leon’s NSA #SlatepitchThe wacky idea that giving away your data creates a greater expectation of privacy.
The Supreme Court of India’s Shockingly Bad Gay-Rights DecisionA surprising disappointment from judges with a progressive record.
Not Even Lance Deserves ThisHow the government is using the war on terror to go after him for millions.
How Did Jameis Winston Evade a Rape Charge?Too many facts suggest this was not a simple case of consensual sex.
Paying AmyDoyle Paroline owned two pornographic pictures of an 8-year-old girl. How much should he have to pay?
Is the Star Quarterback Getting a Pass?The sexual assault allegations against Florida State’s Jameis Winston fit a familiar, disturbing pattern.
Obamacare and Religion and Arguing off the WallWhat the New York Times and the courts are missing in the birth control mandate fight.
Where Did People Get the Idea That Justice Anthony Kennedy Will Provide a Swing Vote for Abortion Rights?
The Filibuster Had to Be KilledHow the Republican minority had turned it into an obscene weapon for obstructionism, delay, and political mischief.
Raise the Smoking Age to 21New York City’s higher tobacco sales age should be copied across the country.
“A Mistake Has Been Made Here, and No One Wants to Correct It”Without DNA evidence, how could we challenge the eyewitness testimony that sent our client to prison for 34 years?
Beauty and the BeastiesGoldieBlox should win its court case against the Beastie Boys—and it will, even if it loses.
Doubly Wronged in DetroitBecause the city is broke, Dwayne Provience won’t get compensated for the decade he spent in prison for a murder he didn’t commit.
Un-PeopleThe conservative crusade to declare everything a “person”—corporations, fertilized eggs—will have disastrous consequences.
Corporations Are People, the Biblical SequelThe Supreme Court will decide whether companies don’t have to cover contraception because they have religious beliefs.
Taking the “Meh” out of MetadataHow the government can discover your health problems, political beliefs, and religious practices using just your metadata.
The Case of the Errant Hot-Dog TossBaseball fans should be protected from getting injured by the antics of team mascots.
If Corporations Are ChristiansCompanies are claiming personhood to block Obamacare’s contraception mandate.