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Author Archives: Frederick Lane

Update for Federal Public Defenders

Email not displaying correctly? View it in your browser. Defending Peer-to-Peer Crimes Computer File Sharing in the Courts and in the NewsJune 2010 Effective Training in the Technology & Lawof Peer-to-Peer Crimes Peer-to-peer (P2P) software-based prosecutions are one of the fastest-growing areas of criminal law. Easy-to-use programs have vastly simplified the search for and distribution…

Press Release — Constitutional Scholar and Author Frederick Lane to Introduce His New Book, “American Privacy,” at Boston’s Old State House

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact Info: Frederick Lane Burlington, VT 802-318-4604 fslane3@gmail.com www.FrederickLane.com CONSTITUTIONAL SCHOLAR AND AUTHOR FREDERICK LANE TO INTRODUCE HIS NEW BOOK, “AMERICAN PRIVACY,” AT BOSTON’S OLD STATE HOUSE BURLINGTON, VT — Constitutional scholar, attorney, and privacy expert Frederick Lane will introduce his new book, “American Privacy: The 400-Year-History of Our Most Contested Right,”…

Palin Pick for VP Makes McCain Panderer-in-Chief [Press Release]

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact Info: Frederick Lane Burlington, VT 802-318-4604 fslane3@gmail.com www.FrederickLane.com BURLINGTON, VT — Senator John McCain’s selection of Alaska Governor Sarah Palin makes it clear that when it comes to critical social and political issues — including U.S. Supreme Court appointments, federal science policy, public education, and birth control — a McCain/Palin White…

2004 CBS/Jackson/Timberlake “Wardrobe Malfunction” Fine Overturned by 3rd Circuit Court [Press Release]

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Frederick Lane FSLane3@gmail.com www.FrederickLane.com 802-318-4604 BURLINGTON, VT — In a 102-page opinion released earlier today, the Third Circuit Court of Appeals overturned the $550,000 fine assessed by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) against CBS for the infamous Janet Jackson/Justin Timberlake “wardrobe malfunction” during the 2004 Super Bowl halftime show. In reaching its…

Romney: “Ich bin ein Kennedy” [x-post]

[Note: This post was originally published on the Beacon Broadside on December 10, 2007.] Last week, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney traveled to College Station, Texas, to deliver a major address on faith to an audience at the George H.W. Bush presidential library. Given the fact that the speech was so clearly an attempt to…