Connecticut Law News
Saturday, October 25, 2014
Philosopher Michael Lynch Says Privacy Violations Are An Affront To Human Dignity
Michael Lynch, Professor of Philosophy at the University of Connecticut, was the latest guest-speaker in my Technology, Privacy, and Law class. I asked Lynch to appear so that he could explain why he argues, in places like his amicus curiae brief for ACLU v. Clapper and articles in The New York Times, that some privacy violations are so harmful they’re an “affront to human dignity.” Students, of ...
Three cold cases from 60’s and 70s’s to be examined
The Office of the State’s Attorney for the Judicial District of Tolland, the Connecticut State Police and the Vernon Police Dept will hold a news conference on Thursday, October 16, 2015 at 9a.m. in the Council Chambers at Vernon Town Hall, 14 Park Place, Vernon, concerning unsolved criminal cases in the Tolland Judicial District. This is as […]
Final Bocchino/Oberlander debate draws contrasts
In their last scheduled debate showdown, the two candidates for the 150th District seat in the Connecticut General Assembly drew sharp contrasts with each other