Other stories about Supreme Court

Kim's Take: Federal judge rules that police can't force you to unlock your cell phone

Yesterday, a northern California federal judge ruled that police can’t force anyone to unlock their smartphones using biometrics – fingerprints or facial I.D. But hold on....
Columns January 16, 2019

Supreme Court scores a big privacy win for us all

The U.S. Supreme Court won big for digital privacy on Friday when the Justices voted 5-4 in favor of requiring the police to secure...
Happening Now June 26, 2018

Online buyers face taxes now with Supreme Court ruling

Ever since online shopping first came about one of the best parts about it was the lack of sales tax. For the most part,...
Happening Now June 21, 2018

Q&A with Kim: Print cartridges and the Supreme Court, Baby gadgets and more

Each week, I receive tons of questions from my listeners about tech concerns, new products and all things digital. Sometimes choosing the most interesting...
Columns June 10, 2017

Why the Supreme Court's ruling on printer cartridges changes everything

Good news for consumers! A new ruling by the Supreme Court may have just changed everything! The ruling was specifically over printer cartridges, but...
Happening Now June 3, 2017