Privacy Risk Report



Mozilla’s Firefox Browser Code Creates Privacy Issues in Criminal Proceeding

While the dispute between Apple and the Department of Justice over terrorists’ iPhones appears to have come to a conclusion, it is clear that we can expect to see privacy issues continue to develop between the government and private sector…. Continue Reading →

Apple’s Privacy Battle – Early Observations for Litigation and Insurance

The largest privacy case to date is currently pending in the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California between Apple and the U.S. Government. This case arises out of a request by the Department of Justice and FBI for… Continue Reading →

Apple Watch Poses a Number of New Privacy Risks

Apple unveiled its first “smartwatch” on September 9, 2014 and it will be available to the public in early 2015. It is widely reported that, in order for the Apple Watch to be a success, Apple will need to partner with health… Continue Reading →

Apple iPhone’s Geo-Tracking Alleged to Infringe on Individuals’ Privacy Rights

A recent case illustrates the vast amounts of data that company’s may be collecting from our daily lives and the value of this data. On July 24, 2014, iPhone user Chen Ma brought a purported class action against Apple, Inc. alleging that the… Continue Reading →

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