Lyle Denniston looks at two secure e-mail services that have shut down in an act of civil disobedience about government surveillance of their customers’ electronic messaging.
Lyle Denniston looks at how national Republican chairman Reince Priebus could affect the public discourse over the 2016 presidential election by exercising a First Amendment right.
Lyle Denniston, in a new series, writes about individuals and organizations outside the courts who help shape the Constitution through their actions. First up: new publishers Jeff Bezos and John Henry.
Constitution Check: Is the Chief Justice’s power to pick judges of the secret wiretap court a bad idea?
Lyle Denniston looks at a growing debate about Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts’ power to select judges who sit on a top-secret court – a power assigned to him by Congress.
Lyle Denniston looks at the current movement in the legal system to determine if and how the Constitution protects the information on your own cellphone.