As many have learned to their dismay, Internet anonymity is much harder to attain than it appears. In this time of executive branch eavesdropping on overseas communications and Department of Justice subpoenas to Internet search providers, some may wonder where the judicial branch stands on keeping secrets online. The answer is generally encouraging, says attorney Howard J. Bashman, although some courts and electronic filers could be more attuned to the privacy issues that electronic filing presents.
Redact This: Preserving Secrets on Appeal in the Digital Age
Special to Law.com
January 30, 2006
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