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District Court Analyzes Requirements to Establish Standing For Data Breach Cases

In finding plaintiffs lacked standing to bring an action for a data breach, the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia held the “increased likelihood” of personal information being used was insufficient to establish a viable cause of action. In… Continue Reading →

Federal Cybersecurity Bill Moves Closer to Becoming Law

The U.S. Senate is getting closer to debating a cybersecurity bill, the Cyber Information Sharing Act, which will create a voluntary process aimed at protecting private information. A “discussion draft” of the proposed bill includes provisions that would send threatening data to the Department of… Continue Reading →

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