FAC Files Suit To Tackle Use of “Reverse CPRA”
By using a “reverse CPRA,” the Milpitas city manager was able to get a court order barring disclosure of records about his own alleged misconduct–without any argument by proponents of disclosure.
FAC Joins Amicus in CA Supreme Court Case
Websites’ Right to Protect User Content At Stake
FAC recently joined an amicus brief urging the California Supreme Court to overrule a lower court’s conclusion that Yelp could be required to remove content from its website
Read the amicus brief in Hassell v. Bird by clicking the button below:
FAC Supports California Assembly Bill 1479
Would Add Much-Needed Teeth to Disclosure Requirements Under the CPRA
Assembly Bill 1479 would impose monetary penalties on agencies that unreasonably delay in responding to requests. FAC supports this much needed-bill. Click the button below to read our letter of support.
Watch Now: FAC & KPCC Forum April 11
Watch a recording of the live event hosted by KPCC’s Alex Cohen with FAC Executive Director David Snyder, Eugene Volokh, law professor at UCLA; Mark Marino, assoc. prof. of writing, USC; and Jane Elizabeth of the American Press Institute.
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