Another week (and another weekend) gone—how are we all doing?
Alleged Wiretap Act and CIPA Violations Held to Satisfy Spokeo Test for Standing in Latest Gmail Privacy Class Action
In the wake of the Supreme Court’s decision in Spokeo, Inc. v. Robins, 136 S. Ct. 1540 (2016), lower courts have begun to address whether alleged violations of statutes intended to protect privacy suffice, in the absence of any further alleged injury, to establish Article III standing.
A relatively new breed of data breach class action involves financial institutions suing merchants for expenses associated with credit card data breaches.
Most employers are generally aware of their fiduciary status as a “plan sponsor” of an ERISA-governed retirement plan (e.g., 401(k) and 403(b) plans).
The automotive industry has long been exempt from the cyber attacks that have affected so many companies operating in the financial services, healthcare and retail spaces.
NY State Introduces Cybersecurity Regulations for Financial Services: Implications for Canadian Business
The New York State Department of Financial Services announced its first state-level regulation for cybersecurity.
Try as they might, Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) plaintiffs’ lawyers continue to face judicial resistance to deeming all phones autodialers (automatic telephone dialing systems or ATDS’s).
A recent article in Wired instructed employees in how to digitally erase all their stuff when they quit their jobs.
New York proposed first-of-its-kind cybersecurity regulations on Sept. 13, 2016.
At least hundreds, potentially thousands of files containing personal information were discovered by News 5 in Fountain Colorado along a dirt road, originating from Fort Carson