Pritchard v. Pritchard

Shravya SrivastavaCase Summary

Does the federal wiretapping statute provide an exception for interspousal wiretapping?

Pritchard v. Pritchard 732 F.2d 372 In the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit Case Number 83-1739 Before Senior Circuit Judge Haynsworth, Circuit Judge Phillips, and Circuit Judge Chapman Decided on April 16, 1984 Relevancy of the … Read More

Thompson v. Dulaney

The Cyber Blog IndiaCase Summary

Does the federal wiretapping statute provide an exception for interspousal wiretapping?

Thompson v. Dulaney 970 F.2d 744 : 61 USLW 2111 In the United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit Case Number 91-4089 Before Circuit Judge Ebel, Circuit Judge Barrett, and Senior District Judge Kane Decided on July 23, … Read More

Pranav Krishna P.S. v. State of Kerala

Yoshita PhaphatCase Summary

Anticipatory bail application in a case involving repetitive calls to create nuisance and outrage the complainant's modesty

Pranav Krishna P.S. v. State of Kerala In the High Court of Kerala B.A. 9967/2021 Before Justice Gopinath P. Decided on March 28, 2022 Relevancy of the case: Anticipatory bail application in a case involving repetitive calls to create nuisance … Read More

First Amendment Rights and Social Media Platforms

Samiksha UniyalLaw

First Amendment Rights and Social Media Platforms

As humans cannot live without air and water, a democracy cannot survive without offering citizens an open podium to express their views. The US Constitution, through its First Amendment, provides for freedom of speech. It restricts the legislative power of … Read More

Forwarding derogatory post on Facebook: S. Ve Shekar Case

The Cyber Blog IndiaLaw

On an average, people spend more than 135 minutes (Statista Survey) on Social Media websites by liking, commenting, sharing, retweeting and double tapping posts from people and pages. With the reach of social media exceeding the other modes of communication, … Read More