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examiner.com
‘Hawaii Five-O’ I’ike Ke Ao’: Terribly prepared seafarers, too tech-savvy takershis kids, and costs him. Toast helps the team to track e-mails, which lead to a
‘Hawaii Five-O’ I’ike Ke Ao’: Terribly prepared seafarers, too tech-savvy takers
examiner.com / Posted 17 minutes ago
his kids, and costs him. Toast helps the team to track e-mails, which lead to a nondescript office building , and Howard Mintz (Scott Paul Robertson), who was an earlier would-be suitor for Addison, but he insists that he had nothing to do... Read more
14d
The Monterey County Herald
Apple urges judge to deny forced unlocking of iPhonefound that old law did not cover that power. Whatever Brodie decides, the case
Apple urges judge to deny forced unlocking of iPhone
The Monterey County Herald / Posted 14 days ago
found that old law did not cover that power. Whatever Brodie decides, the case is expected to be appealed to the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. Howard Mintz covers legal affairs. Contact him at 408-286-0236 or follow him at Twitter.com/h... Read more
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The Mercury News
Apple hits back against FBI in New York iPhone feudfound that old law did not cover that power. Whatever Brodie decides, the case
Apple hits back against FBI in New York iPhone feud
The Mercury News / Posted 14 days ago
found that old law did not cover that power. Whatever Brodie decides, the case is expected to be appealed to the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. Howard Mintz covers legal affairs. Contact him at 408-286-0236 or follow him at Twitter.com/h... Read more
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14d
Silicon Valley
Apple hits back against FBI in New York iPhone feudfound that old law did not cover that power. Whatever Brodie decides, the case
Apple hits back against FBI in New York iPhone feud
Silicon Valley / Posted 14 days ago
found that old law did not cover that power. Whatever Brodie decides, the case is expected to be appealed to the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. Howard Mintz covers legal affairs. Contact him at 408-286-0236 or follow him at Twitter.com/h... Read more
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14d
Silicon Valley
Apple hits back against FBI in New York iPhone feudfound that old law did not cover that power.Whatever Brodie decides, the case i
Apple hits back against FBI in New York iPhone feud
Silicon Valley / Posted 14 days ago
found that old law did not cover that power.Whatever Brodie decides, the case is expected to be appealed to the U.S. Second Circuit Court of Appeals. Howard Mintz covers legal affairs. Contact him at 408-286-0236 or follow him at Twitter.com/h... Read more
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The Mercury News
Apple hits back against FBI in New York iPhone feudfound that old law did not cover that power.Whatever Brodie decides, the case i
Apple hits back against FBI in New York iPhone feud
The Mercury News / Posted 14 days ago
found that old law did not cover that power.Whatever Brodie decides, the case is expected to be appealed to the U.S. Second Circuit Court of Appeals. Howard Mintz covers legal affairs. Contact him at 408-286-0236 or follow him at Twitter.com/h... Read more
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The Mercury News
California teacher tenure challenge rejectedlegality of California's overall system. The lawsuit was brought by Students M
California teacher tenure challenge rejected
The Mercury News / Posted 15 days ago
legality of California's overall system. The lawsuit was brought by Students Matter, a group funded largely by entrepreneur Dave Welch of Atherton. Howard Mintz covers legal affairs. Contact him at 408-286-0236 or follow him at Twitter.com/... Read more
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Silicon Valley
Apple v. FBI: Feds will continue fight over iPhone in New York casethe iPhone in the San Bernardino case, stressing any security vulnerability wou
Apple v. FBI: Feds will continue fight over iPhone in New York case
Silicon Valley / Posted 21 days ago
the iPhone in the San Bernardino case, stressing any security vulnerability would be quickly fixed by the company's ongoing encryption efforts. Howard Mintz covers legal affairs. Contact him at 408-286-0236 or follow him at Twitter... Read more
21d
The Mercury News
Apple v. FBI: Feds will continue fight over iPhone in New York casein the Brooklyn case is a much older iPhone model, and Apple has since tightene
Apple v. FBI: Feds will continue fight over iPhone in New York case
The Mercury News / Posted 21 days ago
in the Brooklyn case is a much older iPhone model, and Apple has since tightened security protections further in newer iPhones such as the iPhone 6. Howard Mintz covers legal affairs. Contact him at 408-286-0236 or follow him at Twitter.com/... Read more
24d
Inside Bay Area
U.S. Supreme Court upholds 'one person, one vote' political mapsthe losers." The Obama administration backed the current system, saying it is
U.S. Supreme Court upholds 'one person, one vote' political maps
Inside Bay Area / Posted 24 days ago
the losers." The Obama administration backed the current system, saying it is the only practical and constitutional way to draw political boundaries. Howard Mintz covers legal affairs. Contact him at 408-286-0236 or follow him at Twitter.com/hmin... Read more
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Contra Costa Times Newspapers
U.S. Supreme Court upholds 'one person, one vote' political mapsthe losers." The Obama administration backed the current system, saying it is
U.S. Supreme Court upholds 'one person, one vote' political maps
Contra Costa Times Newspapers / Posted 24 days ago
the losers." The Obama administration backed the current system, saying it is the only practical and constitutional way to draw political boundaries. Howard Mintz covers legal affairs. Contact him at 408-286-0236 or follow him at Twitter.com/hmin... Read more
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25d
Inside Bay Area
U.S. Supreme Court upholds "one person, one vote" political mapsthe losers." The Obama administration backed the current system, saying it is
U.S. Supreme Court upholds "one person, one vote" political maps
Inside Bay Area / Posted 25 days ago
the losers." The Obama administration backed the current system, saying it is the only practical and constitutional way to draw political boundaries. Howard Mintz covers legal affairs. Contact him at 408-286-0236 or follow him at Twitter.com/hm... Read more
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25d
The Mercury News
U.S. Supreme Court upholds 'one person, one vote' political mapsthe losers." The Obama administration backed the current system, saying it is
U.S. Supreme Court upholds 'one person, one vote' political maps
The Mercury News / Posted 25 days ago
the losers." The Obama administration backed the current system, saying it is the only practical and constitutional way to draw political boundaries. Howard Mintz covers legal affairs. Contact him at 408-286-0236 or follow him at Twitter.com/hm... Read more
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25d
Contra Costa Times Newspapers
U.S. Supreme Court upholds "one person, one vote" political mapsthe losers." The Obama administration backed the current system, saying it is
U.S. Supreme Court upholds "one person, one vote" political maps
Contra Costa Times Newspapers / Posted 25 days ago
the losers." The Obama administration backed the current system, saying it is the only practical and constitutional way to draw political boundaries. Howard Mintz covers legal affairs. Contact him at 408-286-0236 or follow him at Twitter.com/hm... Read more
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The Mercury News
Apple and Google devices have been target of fed demands for yearsof USC's intellectual property and technology law clinic. "Our elected leaders
Apple and Google devices have been target of fed demands for years
The Mercury News / Posted 30 days ago
of USC's intellectual property and technology law clinic. "Our elected leaders should realize that it needs to be handled sooner rather than later." Howard Mintz covers legal affairs. Contact him at 408-286-0236 or follow him at Twitter.com/... Read more
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Contra Costa Times Newspapers
Apple and Google devices have been target of fed demands for yearsof USC's intellectual property and technology law clinic. "Our elected leaders
Apple and Google devices have been target of fed demands for years
Contra Costa Times Newspapers / Posted 30 days ago
of USC's intellectual property and technology law clinic. "Our elected leaders should realize that it needs to be handled sooner rather than later." Howard Mintz covers legal affairs. Contact him at 408-286-0236 or follow him at Twitter.com/... Read more
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Silicon Valley
Apple and Google devices have been target of fed demands for yearsof USC's intellectual property and technology law clinic. "Our elected leaders
Apple and Google devices have been target of fed demands for years
Silicon Valley / Posted 30 days ago
of USC's intellectual property and technology law clinic. "Our elected leaders should realize that it needs to be handled sooner rather than later." Howard Mintz covers legal affairs. Contact him at 408-286-0236 or follow him at Twitter.com/... Read more
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The Fremont Argus
Apple and Google devices have been target of fed demands for yearsthis week indicated they will report in April on whether they will continue the
Apple and Google devices have been target of fed demands for years
The Fremont Argus / Posted 30 days ago
this week indicated they will report in April on whether they will continue the fight in light of the developments in the San Bernardino case. Howard Mintz covers legal affairs. Contact him at 408-286-0236 or follow him at Twitte... Read more
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The Mercury News
Which cases might leave U.S. Supreme Court divided?to the Obama administration's executive orders altering immigration policy to a
Which cases might leave U.S. Supreme Court divided?
The Mercury News / Posted a month ago
to the Obama administration's executive orders altering immigration policy to allow millions of undocumented immigrants to remain in the country. Howard Mintz covers legal affairs. Contact him at 408-286-0236 or follow him at Twitter.c... Read more
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The Mercury News
California teachers union survives U.S. Supreme Court challengegroups are asking the Supreme Court to overturn its own 1977 precedent in the c
California teachers union survives U.S. Supreme Court challenge
The Mercury News / Posted a month ago
groups are asking the Supreme Court to overturn its own 1977 precedent in the case, which arose from a challenge involving Detroit area schools. Howard Mintz covers legal affairs. Contact him at 408-286-0236 or follow him at Twitter.... Read more
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Contra Costa Times Newspapers
California teachers union survives U.S. Supreme Court challengegroups are asking the Supreme Court to overturn its own 1977 precedent in the c
California teachers union survives U.S. Supreme Court challenge
Contra Costa Times Newspapers / Posted a month ago
groups are asking the Supreme Court to overturn its own 1977 precedent in the case, which arose from a challenge involving Detroit area schools. Howard Mintz covers legal affairs. Contact him at 408-286-0236 or follow him at Twitter.... Read more
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The Daily Review
California teachers union survives U.S. Supreme Court challengegroups are asking the Supreme Court to overturn its own 1977 precedent in the c
California teachers union survives U.S. Supreme Court challenge
The Daily Review / Posted a month ago
groups are asking the Supreme Court to overturn its own 1977 precedent in the case, which arose from a challenge involving Detroit area schools. Howard Mintz covers legal affairs. Contact him at 408-286-0236 or follow him at Twitter.... Read more
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The Fremont Argus
Feds drop iPhone-hacking fight with Apple in San Bernardino terror probenot the courts, should resolve the nettlesome questions surrounding the encrypt
Feds drop iPhone-hacking fight with Apple in San Bernardino terror probe
The Fremont Argus / Posted 1 months ago
not the courts, should resolve the nettlesome questions surrounding the encryption issue. Staff writer Ethan Baron contributed to this report. Howard Mintz covers legal affairs. Contact him at 408-286-0236 or follow him at Twitter.... Read more
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The Fremont Argus
Feds drop fight with Apple in San Bernardino terror probeand many of legal observers have argued that Congress, not the courts, should r
Feds drop fight with Apple in San Bernardino terror probe
The Fremont Argus / Posted 1 months ago
and many of legal observers have argued that Congress, not the courts, should resolve the nettlesome questions surrounding the encryption issue. Howard Mintz covers legal affairs. Contact him at 408-286-0236 or follow him at Twitter.... Read more
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Silicon Valley
Feds drop fight with Apple in San Bernardino terror probeand many of legal observers have argued that Congress, not the courts, should r
Feds drop fight with Apple in San Bernardino terror probe
Silicon Valley / Posted 1 months ago
and many of legal observers have argued that Congress, not the courts, should resolve the nettlesome questions surrounding the encryption issue. Howard Mintz covers legal affairs. Contact him at 408-286-0236 or follow him at Twitter.... Read more
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The Mercury News
Feds drop fight with Apple in San Bernardino terror probeand many of legal observers have argued that Congress, not the courts, should r
Feds drop fight with Apple in San Bernardino terror probe
The Mercury News / Posted 1 months ago
and many of legal observers have argued that Congress, not the courts, should resolve the nettlesome questions surrounding the encryption issue. Howard Mintz covers legal affairs. Contact him at 408-286-0236 or follow him at Twitter.... Read more
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Contra Costa Times Newspapers
Feds drop fight with Apple in San Bernardino terror probeand many of legal observers have argued that Congress, not the courts, should r
Feds drop fight with Apple in San Bernardino terror probe
Contra Costa Times Newspapers / Posted 1 months ago
and many of legal observers have argued that Congress, not the courts, should resolve the nettlesome questions surrounding the encryption issue. Howard Mintz covers legal affairs. Contact him at 408-286-0236 or follow him at Twitter.... Read more
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