Court Finds, Again, That Device ID is Not Personally Identifiable Information Under the Video Privacy Protection Act

Court Finds, Again, That Device ID is Not Personally Identifiable Information Under the Video Privacy Protection Act

On October 8, 2014, a district court judge in Georgia dismissed with prejudice a Video Privacy Protection Act (VPPA) action against The Cartoon Network (CN), holding that the disclosure of the plaintiff’s Android ID was not actionable because the Android ID did not qualify as “personally identifiable information” (PII).

Bavaria and Germany Move to Dismiss Gurlitt Litigation, but Raise Questions About Why They Are Resisting a Lawsuit Over Painting That Task Force Recommended They Restitute to David Toren

By | The Art Law Report | October 10, 2014
Bavaria and Germany Move to Dismiss Gurlitt Litigation, but Raise Questions About Why They Are Resisting a Lawsuit Over Painting That Task Force Recommended They Restitute to David Toren

To date, only one lawsuit has been filed in the United States related to the seizure from Cornelius Gurlitt’s apartment of some 1,280 works of art, a story that broke a year ago with the concern about the objects’ Nazi-looting connections via his father Hildebrand Gurlitt (the view here last winter was that the longer Germany failed to address the situation comprehensively, the more likely such U.S. litigation became).