Tag: Judicial Branch

The crypto industry could take tax fight all the way to the Supreme Court

The cryptocurrency community launched an all-out but ill-fated lobbying blitz to water down new proposed tax reporting rules that could be passed into law as early as next week. Now, the industry is changing tacks and readying for a constitutional fight in the courts that could help redefine Fourth Amendment protections against unreasonable government inquiries […]

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Supreme Court decision could help advance Biden’s housing agenda — starting with the firing of the FHFA director

Changes are quickly coming to the regulatory body that oversees mortgage giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, thanks to a decision released Wednesday by the U.S. Supreme Court. In a decision written by Justice Samuel Alito that included many of the court’s nine justices dissenting on certain points, the Supreme Court ruled that the structure […]

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Facebook faces suspension of data transfers in Europe

Ireland’s High Court on Friday allowed the country’s Data Protection Commission to continue with a procedure that could lead to a ban of Facebook’s data transfers from the European Union to the U.S. The DPC issued a provisional order last year saying that the mechanism Facebook FB, +2.68% uses for data transfers from Europe to […]

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