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This is how you will appeal to Facebook’s ‘Supreme Court’ when your post is taken down

Facebook outlined how users will be able to contest decisions to remove posts on Facebook and Instagram by appealing to a ‘Supreme Court’ or oversight board. Financial, Economic and Money News – USATODAY.com

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Government urges court to approve $5-billion Facebook settlement

DOJ urges judge to approve the $ 5 billion Facebook deal over Cambridge Analytica privacy complaints, argues it brings consumers “substantial relief.” Financial, Economic and Money News – USATODAY.com

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FBI’s Proposed Fixes Are Inadequate, Expert Tells Surveillance Court

WASHINGTON — The F.B.I.’s plan to fix problems with its national security surveillance do not go far enough, an expert in surveillance law told a secretive court on Wednesday. Steps that the bureau listed in a filing last week fail to adequately ensure that … Google Alert – breaking news

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California court restores case by therapists on porn privacy

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — The California Supreme Court revived a long-running debate Thursday when it reinstated a lawsuit over whether psychotherapists must tell authorities when patients report they are attracted to child pornography. Lower courts had … Google Alert – breaking news

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Uber cleared to continue London operations, following British court ruling

A British Magistrates’ Court ruled Tuesday that the controversy-plagued company is “fit and proper” to hold a 15-month probationary licence to operate in one of the world’s largest markets. Innovations

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Supreme Court considers claims under Obamacare that government owes billions to insurers

A lawyer for insurance companies warned the Supreme Court of a $ 12-billion “bait-and-switch” that raised “the fundamental question of whether the government has to keep its word.” One justice wondered, on the other hand, whether the court should be … Google Alert – breaking news

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Supreme Court to Decide if a State Can Consider Political Affiliation in Appointing Judges

WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court agreed on Friday to decide whether states can take account of a judge’s political affiliation in trying to achieve ideological balance on their courts. The case, Carney v. Adams, No. 19-309, concerns a provision of … Google Alert – breaking news

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Democrats’ impeachment gamble paying off in court of public opinion — for now

Every poll since Pelosi’s announcement has shown movement toward an impeachment inquiry, but deeper inside the polls are even better signs for Democrats, and worse ones for Trump. PowerPost

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