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On June 27, 2017, the law firm DLA Piper (“law firm”) found itself to be one of many of targets of a recent global cyber attack. The attack reportedly did not compromise any client data.  Reports indicate that, even though email… Continue Reading →

App Users Throw Transit Provider Under The Bus On Privacy Issues And Use Of Data

A class action complaint was filed against BART, the San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit District, on May 22, 2017 in the District Court for the Northern District of California alleging BART created a “clandestine collection of private cell phone… Continue Reading →

Take This Job And Shove It—Oh, But First Can I Get My Family Pictures and iTunes Off My Work Phone?

Technology in the workplace has developed to a point where we now have our personal data and our employer’s data commingled on the same devices.  We may now see employees using work phones to store personal numbers and family pictures… Continue Reading →

Walk the Plank: Court Finds Pirated Cable Programming Not “Data” in Multimedia Liability Policy

In Ellicott City Cable LLC v. AXIS Ins. Co., the U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland held the term “data” did not include cable television programming that was accessed without DirecTV’s authorization. The definition of “data” became the… Continue Reading →

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