The Internet of Things gives rise to many risks and exposures that companies and their insurers were not thinking about as recently as a couple years ago, and probably aren’t fully cognizant of today.
Second Circuit Rules That Emails Stored Outside of the United States May Be Beyond the Government’s Reach
As a result of the Second Circuit’s recent opinion in Microsoft v. United States, the U.S. government likely can no longer use warrants issued pursuant to the Stored Communications Act (“SCA”) to compel U.S.-based companies to produce communications, such as emails, that are stored in a physical location outside of the United States—at least for now.
Much of the recent media scrutiny may suggest that Texas has gotten a bad rap when it comes to telehealth.
Lyft, Inc. – the popular ride hailing service featuring the iconic pink moustache – is facing a second class action lawsuit in California alleging violations under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (“TCPA”).
The Hamburg Commissioner for Data Protection and Freedom of Information (Hamburg DPA) recently issued an administrative order prohibiting Facebook from collecting and storing data of German WhatsApp users.
Remember Frye v. United States, the case from 1922 that created the “general acceptance” standard for expert testimony?
I often receive calls from travelers who have had their cell phone, smart phone, PDA, iPhone, camera, and laptop computer examined by the Canada Border Services Agency (“CBSA”) during a secondary inspection.
Our guest for the episode is Rob Silvers, the assistant secretary for cybersecurity policy at DHS.
When people want to learn about a product, service, company or professional, they often go straight to the internet. And, unsurprisingly, a large percentage of people are going directly to search engines.
Long gone are the days where individuals required computer access in order to connect to the internet.