US Court of Appeals, 2nd Circuit Finds Possession of Child Pornography in Temporary Internet Files

The 2nd Circuit held that a defendant does not have to save Internet files containing child pornography to his hard drive to be criminally liable.    The decision comes on the heels of the May 8th New York Court of Appeals decision which held that viewers of free online pornography are not breaki...
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Tweets in the Malcom Harris matter are Subject to Manhattan DA’s Subpoena

Criminal Court Judge Matthew Sciarrino Jr. held in People v. Harris, 2011NY080152 that Twitter Inc. must produce tweets and user information in Wall Street protester case.  The Judge reasoned that the defendant lacked standing, at the time, to quash the subpoena, as the defendant had “no propriet...
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Katie Holmes Seeks Split from Tom Cruise Under New York Law

It appears a legal battle is waiting in the wings to determine the proper venue for the divorce suit between actors Katie Holmes and Tom Cruise, and custody over their daughter Suri.   According to New York state law, a couple must satisfy one of the following residency requirements to be divorced...
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