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II-33- Hot Summer Trends: The Supreme Court On Class Action Waivers, And The Rise Of Web Site Accessibility Lawsuits
As Memorial Day approaches to usher in the unofficial start of the hot summer season, today's new episode analyzes two red-hot issues: This week's Supreme Court decision on class action waivers, and the staggering rise of web site accessibility lawsuits.
United States
21 Sep 2018
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The Internet As Evidence: Authentication & Admissibility Of An Active Webpage
You want to introduce an active webpage into evidence. Now what?
United States
13 Nov 2012
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It’s Time For Professionals To Practice What They Preach
The following column appeared in the September 2012 issue of the Advisen Cyber Journal. I hope it resonates with our legal eagle subscribers.
United States
21 Sep 2012
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First Circuit Court Of Appeals Holds Bank’s Online Security Measures "Commercially Unreasonable" In Landmark Decision
The following article was c0-written with my colleague Gary Klinger for a Cozen O’Connor client Alert. Gary turned it around in one-day.
United States
2 Aug 2012
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Cyberstalkers Beware: You’re Not Anonymous
A quick google search will reveal thousands of hundreds of thousands of hits for the term cyberstalking.
United States
2 Aug 2012
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Will SEC Guidance Awaken Private Companies To Cyber Insurance Needs?
Many who underwrite or broker insurance, or practice law in the cyber/technology/privacy realm migrated to this emerging area from the directors and officers liability regime.
United States
21 Jun 2012
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Getting Siri-ous About Data Breaches And Trade Secrets
Siri is that trusted iPhone assistant who you believe is talking directly and only to you.
United States
14 Jun 2012
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New York Court Of Appeals Rules That Viewing Images On The Web Does Not Constitute Procurement, Possession Or Control, Even When Cached On A Hard Drive
On May 8, 2012, the New York Court of Appeals issued a ruling that merely viewing child pornography on the internet is not a criminal act under the New York Penal Code.
United States
22 May 2012
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Finding Commonality In A Uniform Click-Through Agreement
A recent California federal court decision denied certification to a putative class of Facebook "cost-per-click" advertisers who allegedly were charged by Facebook for fraudulent or invalid clicks on their advertisements.
United States
2 May 2012
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The Implications Of A Cyberattack On Your Securities Portfolio: You May Want To Read Your Holdings’ 10-Ks
So, you think that a corporate cyberattack has nothing to do with you? If so, think again. Indeed, to the extent you own stock or securities, the value of your holdings could be at risk in the event of a cyberattack.
United States
12 Apr 2012
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Simple Mistakes Lead To Discovery Sanctions Against Delta Air Lines
Judge Timothy C. Batten, Sr., of the District Court for the Northern District of Georgia, imposed discovery sanctions against Delta Air Lines after it failed to disclose documents contained in backup tapes and hard drives that had been inadvertently overlooked by Delta’s counsel and IT personnel.
United States
21 Mar 2012
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5th Amendment Self-Incrimination & Computer Encryption Passwords
Computer encryption software is no longer for the technologically advanced.
United States
9 Mar 2012
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Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) And The High Seas Of The Internet
Last month, Congress quickly shelved the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) and the Protect IP Act (PIPA) after incurring vocal public outrage led by web giants such as Google, and Wikipedia. SOPA and PIPA both sought to require the blacklisting of websites that facilitate online piracy.
United States
29 Feb 2012
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And In This Corner, The FDA
Tired of all the acronyms?
United States
7 Feb 2012
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ICANN’s New Generic Top-Level Domain Program Launches: What Brand Owners Need To Know
In June 2011, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) authorized the launch of the new generic Top-Level Domain (gTLD) Program (New gTLD Program).
United States
23 Jan 2012
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Whose Account Is It Anyway?
What would you do if your employee continued to use your company’s Twitter account after he stopped working for you?
United States
18 Jan 2012
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Score One For Plaintiffs In Battle Over Discoverability Of Facebook
In the most recent decision to come out of Pennsylvania regarding the discoverability of social media, a Philadelphia judge denied a defendant’s request to gain access to a plaintiff’s Facebook page.
United States
16 Jan 2012
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Tipping The Scales Of Justice Back To Employees?
Back in 2011 (I say it like that because New Year’s already seems like a distant memory), I posted on November 17th and August 26th about continuing developments in the area of the discoverability of an individual’s social networking posts in the context of a lawsuit.
United States
10 Jan 2012
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Keep Your Friends Close, But Your Facebook Posts Closer
"Facebook helps you connect and share with the people in your life."
United States
7 Dec 2011
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Employers Can Discover Employee Facebook Posts, But....
One of the high-profile battles being fought in the social media world continues to be over the ability of one party in a lawsuit to compel the other party to produce messages, posts, pictures, and other "private" things done over a social networking site like Facebook.
United States
22 Nov 2011
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