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Posts Tagged ‘Supreme Court’

Nathan Wessler and Harold Gurewitz at the U.S. Supreme Court in front of a portrait of Louis Brandeis

Guest Column: Justice Brandeis And A Right Of Privacy In A Digital Age

The U.S. Supreme Court capped its last term with a landmark digital privacy decision in a case starting out in Detroit: Carpenter v. United States. Chief Justice Roberts’ June 22, 2018, majority opinion in Carpenter is about the kind of digital location data automatically created every time our cell phones send or receive messages. In…

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Guest Column: Rosh Hashanah Greetings

The High Holidays are my favorite time of year because they are a time of coming together as a community. In fact, many Jewish laws and traditions focus upon not being alone and upon coming together. In prayer, birth, marriage, even after death as our body awaits burial, Jewish life compels us to be in the…

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Celebrity Jews: Big Bang, New Girl, SVU And RBG

REALLY BIG BANG The season finale of The Big Bang Theory airs on CBS on Thursday, May 10, at 8 p.m. It features the highly anticipated wedding of Sheldon (Jim Parsons) to Amy (played by everybody’s favorite Jewish celeb, Mayim Bialik). Of course, the whole regular cast will be in the episode (the Jewish members…

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