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Petros Vinis Blog Post

March 24, 2017 11:10 am Ashley Jacques 0
Petros Vinis Information Privacy Law Professor Ira Rubinstein March 23, 2017 In October 2015 a local judge in Kentucky cleared the “drone slayer” of all criminal charges, namely a person who had shot down a drone from his backyard, claiming protection of his sunbathing daughter’s privacy.…
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Leland Chang Blog Post

March 22, 2017 2:25 pm Ashley Jacques 0
Leland Chang Information Privacy  Law Professor Ira Rubinstein March 21, 2017 Alexa – Amazon’s internet connected home assistant device, man’s new best friend or law enforcement’s greatest spy. Prosecutors in Arkansas have issued a warrant against Amazon to hand over data Alexa may have gathered its owner James Bates, a murder suspect.…
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Joyce Chang Blog Post

March 22, 2017 2:22 pm Ashley Jacques 0
Joyce Chang Information Privacy Law Professor Ira Rubenstein March 21, 2017 As part of a broader government reaction to recent eruptions of deadly violence in the region of Xinjiang, Chinese authorities have ordered all drivers there to install a Chinese-made satellite navigation system in their vehicles.…
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Alex Siegel Blog Post

March 22, 2017 2:21 pm Ashley Jacques 0
Alex Siegel Information Privacy Law Professor Ira Rubinstein March 21, 2017 Judge Gorsuch and the Fourth Amendment United States Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch is perhaps best known for being two things: a controversial replacement for President Barack Obama’s candidate, Merrick Garland, and a judge selected precisely because his jurisprudential philosophy hews strongly conservative.…
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Christian Abouchaker Blog Post

March 21, 2017 2:19 pm Ashley Jacques 0
Christian Abouchaker Information Privacy Law Professor Ira Rubinstein March 21, 2017 Fourth Amendment Protection and “Smart” Homes While the use of smart meter technology in homes across the country offers notable benefits with respect to energy monitoring and cost reduction, it also gives rise to important privacy concerns.…
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Mason Fitch Blog Post

March 21, 2017 8:01 am Ashley Jacques 0
Mason Fitch Blog Post Professor Ira Rubinstein March 21, 2017 The California legislature is considering a bill that would remove California’s leading privacy protections—passed in a bill dubbed “CalECPA”—from school halls. A.B. 165, introduced by Assemblymember Jim Cooper, is short: all it says is that CalECPA does not apply to local educational agencies or individuals acting on their behalf.…
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Jorge Peniche Baqueiro Blog Post

March 8, 2017 5:02 pm Ashley Jacques 2
Jorge Peniche Baqueiro Information Privacy Law Ira S. Rubinstein March 7, 2017 The EU and US approaches on privacy issues: the battle could escalate even more but find some convergence Yale’s law professor James Q. Whitman has described the differences about privacy law approaches in the United States and Europe as a clash that has actually deeper roots.…
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Joshua Shirley Blog Post

March 8, 2017 4:56 pm Ashley Jacques 0
Joshua Shirley Information Privacy Law Professor Ira Rubinstein March 7, 2017 Privacy Blog Post – GDPR Compliance with Risk Management Despite the General Data Privacy Regulation having the force of law, Gartner has issued two different predictions that less than 50% of organizations covered by the law will be in compliance by the 25 May 2018 deadline.…
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Lauren Kreps Blog Post

March 6, 2017 11:43 am Ashley Jacques 0
Lauren Kreps Information Privacy Law Professor Ira Rubinstein March 6, 2017 Amidst the steady current of Executive Orders President Trump has issued in his first two months in office, it would have been all too easy to miss his January 25, 2017 Executive Order threatening to place US-EU agreements on privacy regulation in jeopardy.…