Picture this: digital pioneers galloping into a cyber frontier, arguing over erroneous maps of algorithms they don’t fully understand, sowing violence in real-life territories,...
Eleventh Circuit Tightens TransUnion's Standing Requiremnents for Statutory Harms.
First Circuit Divides on Constitutionality of Warrantless Pole-Camera Surveillance of Home's Curtilage.
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Fourth Amendment law is in flux. The Supreme Court recently established, in the landmark case Carpenter v. United States, that individuals can retain Fourth...
Ninth Circuit Holds That Officer's Warrantless Review of Images Flagged by Google as Apparent Child Sexual Abuse Material Violated Fourth Amendment
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Both trademark and unfair competition laws and state right of publicity laws protect against unauthorized uses of a person’s identity. Increasingly, however, these rights...
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Private markets for individual data have received significant and sustained attention in recent years. But data markets are not for the private sector alone....
Seventh Circuit Holds Long-Term, Warrantless Video Surveillance is Not an Illegal Search
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Response to Privacy as Privilege: The Stored Communications Act and Internet Evidence
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Giant tech companies are not a brooding omnipresence in the sky, but mostly because their rapacious approach to data surveillance leaves little time for...
Court of Justice of the European Union Invalidates the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield.
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