Announcement of orders and opinions for Monday, June 7 – SCOTUSblog

With D.C. gearing up for its #Pride2021 parade this week, here’s a sneak peek at our new banner, illustrated as always by the incomparable @Courtartist. It’ll be up on the SCOTUSblog homepage tomorrow.

We’ve added a small new feature on http://scotusblog.com that many of you have asked for: the ability to easily view a reverse-chronological list of every article, in the old blog style. Just click on “Newsfeed” on the main navigation bar (or go to http://scotusblog.com/blog).

NEW: A realtors’ association is asking the Supreme Court to intervene on an emergency basis and block the federal government from enforcing the CDC’s eviction moratorium. Litigation is pending in lower courts over whether the moratorium exceeds the CDC’s authority.

NEW: SCOTUS adopts narrow reading of a key phrase in the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (specifically, the definition of “exceed authorized access” on a computer). Court tosses the conviction of a police officer who searched an official police database for personal purposes.

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