Glassdoor Inc. Can't Shake Grand Jury Subpoena Unmasking Anonymous Users
Glassdoor Inc., the online job-review site, must comply with a federal grand jury subpoena that seeks identifying information about anonymous users of the website, a federal appeals court ruled Wednesday in rejecting the company's privacy claims.
The state’s Department of Corrections and Community Supervision has been reviewing parole appeals handled that were handled by an Albany resident who was convicted for fraudulently posing as a lawyer. Antonia Barrone, who is not a licensed attorney, was sentenced to one-and-a-half to three years in state prison on criminal charges earlier this month.
In a nearly full reversal of a 2015 lower court ruling, an appeals panel has ruled that Susan Kassapian, a principal administrative law judge from 2009-13, stated several claims that should survive the city’s motion to dismiss.
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