Monthly Archives: February 2017

Florida Judge Says It’s Not a Crime to Publish Personal Information

Back in 2010 a Florida man was arrested and incarcerated for a brief period after he posted a police officer’s home address online. He posted this information on the website RateMyCop.com, a popular website where members of the public can … Continue reading

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Hiding Police Officer Misconduct Becoming Harder in California

For decades, the state of California has had some of the strictest laws regarding the release of information about the discipline of police officers to the public. Given the increasing number of high-profile cases of police misconduct in the state, … Continue reading

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Do Police Officers Have the Right to Expect Privacy?

In a world where technology is slowly eroding our privacy and making everything we do or say more accessible to the general public, taking the fact you have at least some rights to privacy for granted may longer be good … Continue reading

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