Sunday Legal News Round Up

Notable legal news and views from around the legal world:

  • The Electronic Frontier Foundation has appealed the dismissal of a lawsuit that the EFF filed on behalf of AT&T customers who were subjected to warrantless wiretapping by the NSA.  Read more from the EFF’s Deep Links blog here.
  • The NY Times examines various jurisdictions who are re-thinking the imposition of felony sex charges and related sex offender registration requirements on teens who send and receive sexually explicit photographs.
  • Ken Lammers describes eight of the archetypical defense lawyers he encounters in his practice.
  • California Senate looks to strengthen anti-sweatshop laws with respect to public contracts.

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