Law 2.0: The University of Pennsylvania Law School is launching its Law & Technology Program, which the school hopes will create the “premiere law and technology center on the East Coast,” The National Law Journal reports.
Avoiding Sanctions: Federal appellate judges approved the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs' plan to remedy harm to veterans who had certain appellate rights before the agency's Board of Veterans' Appeals slashed in 2011, Marcia Coyle of The National Law Journal reports.
Pinging Phones: George Washington University law professor Orrin Kerr describes why your cell phone's location isn't protected by the Fourth Amendment (cause it belongs to the phone company), in The New Yorker.
Keystroke Tracking: A West Virginia county sheriff faces federal wiretapping charges that he installed a keystroke logger on a computer belonging to the West Virginia Supreme Court (but being used by his then-wife), WCSH reports.
Not Charged: A long look at the uses of civil forfeiture in America, such as D.C. charging up to $2,500 simply for the right to challenge a police seizure in court, The New Yorker reports.