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Apple’s New Security Features in iOS 9 Certain to Cause Problems for Law Enforcement

(Jul 2015)

At Apple’s annual World Wide Developer Conference (WWDC) last month, the company announced their latest mobile operating system for phones and tablets, iOS 9. As is typical with Apple, this event included much fanfare and hyperbole. In addition to the announcements about all the software you didn’t know you needed, Apple quietly ratcheted up security

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Plaintiffs Win Big in the “Case of the Devious Defecator”

(Jun 2015)

On June 22, Jurors awarded $2.25 million in damages for plaintiffs Jack Lowe and Dennis Reynolds, whose DNA was unlawfully obtained by their employer, Defendant Atlas Logistics Retail Services (Atlanta), LLC. An Atlanta Judge had already ruled in the case of first impression that Atlas was violating the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act (“GINA”), 42 U.S.C.

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DNA Testing Catches Rogue Chili’s Employee Who Spit in Customer’s Beverage

(Jun 2015)

Tech law is not always about macro-level global headlines like drones, autonomous vehicles, or Edward Snowden. No, sometimes it’s just about a guy trying to enjoy dinner at Chili’s. Those who work in the food industry have been known to get back at rude or annoying customers from time to time by doing inappropriate things

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