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Florida Court Releases Redacted Warrant for Mar a Lago Search; New York Times Prevails in Two Defamation Lawsuits; SCOTUS Sides With Praying Coach; Circuit Courts on Right to Record; Ten Questions for Chip Babcock and more.
Monthly tech round-up from MLRC deputy director Jeff Hermes. In this issue: a trio of California tech bills, AI and patents, political spam, two anti-SLAPP wins in the 9th Circuit, and more.