Court Rules UK Government Acted Illegally In Blocking Israel Boycott

Former Israeli President Shimon Peres watches as British Prime Minister David Cameron signs a visitors book in Jerusalem Wednesday, March 12, 2014. Cameron was visiting Israel to vow support in rejecting boycott attempts against the Jewish state. (AP/Dan Balilty)
UK pension companies will be allowed to boycott Israeli investments, following a judicial review which found the government had acted unlawfully.

Judge Rules in Favor of Privacy on Fingerprint-Locked Phones

(ANTIMEDIA) Chicago, IL — Congratulations, friend. You are now slightly more free thanks to a recent ruling by a federal judge in Chicago. The Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI), the nation’s top law enforcement agency, previously filed a warrant to search the home of a man believed to be trafficking child pornography. U.S. Magistrate Judge David Weisman denied the request based on a lack of evidence to justify to the privacy intrusion.

Judge Rules Bitcoin Isn’t Money Because it “Can’t be Hidden Under a Mattress”

(ANTIMEDIA) — In a landmark decision, a Florida judge dismissed charges of money laundering against a Bitcoin seller on Monday following expert testimony showing state law did not apply to the cryptocurrency.
Michell Espinoza was charged with three felony charges related to money laundering in 2014, but what appears to have helped to clear him of any and all wrongdoing was testimony given just a few weeks ago by an economics professor.