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Caitlin Schultz: Blog Post

April 4, 2017 5:24 pm Ashley Jacques 0
Caitlin Schultz Information Privacy Law Professor Ira Rubinstein April 4, 2017 Title of Blog Post: Turning the Tables: Publishing Congress’s Browser History Article: Travis M. Andrews, Protesters Raise More than $200,000 to Buy Congress’s Browsing Histories, Wash. Post (Mar. 30, 2017), https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/morning-mix/wp/2017/03/30/protesters-raise-more-than-200000-to-buy-congresss-web-histories-theyre-likely-in-for-a-surprise.…
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Hernán Garcés Blog Post

April 3, 2017 3:24 pm Ashley Jacques 0
Hernán Garcés Information Privacy Law Professor Ira Rubinstein April 3, 2017  The highest court of the European Union rules that Member States may not impose a general obligation to retain data on providers of electronic communications services  Last December, four days before Christmas, the European Court of Justice (“ECJ”) made a present to the European citizens in a major privacy decision declaring that indiscriminate storing of private citizens’ communications data is illegal under EU law.  …
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Yu-Jean Liu Blog Post

April 3, 2017 3:23 pm Ashley Jacques 0
Yu-Jean Liu Information Privacy Law Professor Ira Rubinstein April 3, 20 Last year, Second Circuit in Microsoft Corp. v. United States 829 F.3d 197 (2d Cir. 2016) held that the government cannot compel Internet Service Providers (ISPs) to turn over data that is stored overseas.…
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Qianyao Li Blog Post April 3 2017

April 3, 2017 3:16 pm Ashley Jacques 0
Qianyao Li Information Privacy Law Professor Ira Rubinstein April 3, 2017 Pennsylvania magistrate judge’s ruling requires Google to turn over data stored outside United States to FBI On Feb 3, 2017, Pennsylvania Magistrate Judge Thomas J. Rueter granted the Government’s motions to compel Google to comply with search warrants to turn over data stored outside United States.…
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Jeffrey Bishop Blog Post April 3, 2017

April 3, 2017 3:11 pm Ashley Jacques 0
Jeffrey Bishop Information Privacy Law Professor Ira Rubinstein March 30, 2017 Ninth Circuit to Address Police Surveillance of Cell Site Location Information Do consumers possess a Fourth Amendment “reasonable expectation of privacy” in the location data collected by cell phone service providers, such that police must obtain a warrant supported by probable cause to access this information?…
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Ying Cai Blog Post

March 29, 2017 4:21 pm Ashley Jacques 0
Ying Cai Information Privacy Law Professor Ira Rubinstein March 29, 2017 Following the passage by Senate last week of the resolution overturning an Obama-era FCC rule that required internet providers to get consumers’ permission before sharing their browsing history with other companies, the House of Representatives passed the same resolution in a 215-205 vote on March 28.…
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Soo Hyun Chin Blog Post

March 29, 2017 4:18 pm Ashley Jacques 0
Soo Hyun Chin Information Privacy Law Professor Ira Rubinstein March 29, 2017 WhatsApp and Metadata Overlooked On the website of the most popular mobile messenger, WhatsApp, the company states that “privacy and security is in our DNA, which is why we have end-to-end encryption in the latest versions of our app.…
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Thomas Chadenet Blog Post

March 27, 2017 5:42 pm Ashley Jacques 0
Thomas Chadenet Information Privacy Law Professor Ira Rubinstein March 28, 2017 On Thursday, March 23rd, the U.S. Senate voted on a resolution to repeal a set of rules aimed to protect consumers’ online data from Internet service providers (ISP). Under this set of rules, ISP would have had to disclose to consumers what information is being collected and how it is used or shared.…