The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has started testing biometric facial recognition technology at airport security checkpoints, which has raised questions over passengers' privacy and the possible issue of discrimination with the TSA insisting that the project is voluntary, yet not revealing what will happen if a passenger does not want to use such technology.
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Daniel Hall's lawsuit against Twitter for permanently suspending his account, claiming violations of civil rights acts and constitutional rights, has been dismissed by the court, which did not find sufficient evidence that Twitter discriminated against him because of his race as a white individual.
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The author is sharing their grandmother's memoir of growing up in a shtetl in Poland and discussing the importance of remembering the lesser-known events that occurred before the Holocaust, including the expulsion of Jews from their homes and the repression of Jewish religion and Zionism.
Alabama Supreme Court associate justice Jay Mitchell criticized a petitioner and the Southern Poverty Law Center legal team for their use of capitalized "Black" and lowercase "white" when referring to different racial groups in a brief, but the argument made by the legal team is accepted as a legitimate writing style guide which seeks to capitalize "Black" as a proper noun and highlight unique ethnic identities, spawned by cultural history and the legacy of slavery, while using "white" as a common adjective since it is not an ethnicity.
The US Supreme Court may soon reconsider the case of Havens Realty v. Coleman (1982) where the Court found that an organization can assert an Article III injury based on a "drain of the organization's resources," after the Court granted cert in Acheson Hotels v. Laufer, a case involving a lawsuit against a hotel for failing to provide enough information about accommodations for disabilities.
Fox News has filed a motion to seal parts of the employment discrimination case brought against them by Abby Grossberg, including allegations around the conduct of lawyers preparing Grossberg for deposition and increasing the potential for legal consequences.
The article discusses the recent disruption of Judge Kyle Duncan's speech by students and the response of Stanford Law School's Dean Jennifer Martinez, emphasizing the need for more diversity and inclusion of right-of-center views in academia to promote civil discourse.
Fox News is currently facing multiple legal challenges, including Dominion Voting System's defamation suit, which it argued for summary judgment, while a former producer has filed a lawsuit in New York alleging violations of the US equal pay law and saying that she was fired from the company after complaining about religious and gender-based harassment.
The "Safeguarding Against Fraud, Exploitation, Threats, Extremism and Consumer Harms (SAFE TECH) Act" would threaten free speech online, hinder creators' ability to monetize content, and subject tech companies to frivolous or unfair lawsuits, and would change Section 230 of federal communications law.
A disgruntled Howard Law student is suing the school for discrimination, and the current legal landscape includes new law school rankings, an individual defending themselves against false imprisonment, pass/fail bar exam data, and Biglaw having a smaller offering of jobs.
Heather Palmore has filed a complaint against her employer, the law firm of Napoli Shkolnik, alleging a workplace environment full of egregious discrimination and retaliatory treatment for speaking out.
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