Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Calif.) and civil rights groups defend the controversial practice prior to the Supreme Court's decision.
Civil rights group seeks agency's justification in light of Richmond, Calif.,
A South Carolina credit union is taking what legal experts say is a rare legal approach to combat phishing by filing a civil lawsuit and winning a court order to serve subpoenas on Internet service providers and phone companies related to the case without waiting for a pretrial conference.
AllSouth FCU wins court order, deemed rare, that allows it to subpoena third-party communications providers.
Plaintiffs can use rule to claim discrimination using statistical analysis rather than intent.