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Seventh Circuit Invokes Carpenter v. United States to Reject Third-Party Doctrine Argument

A recent Seventh Circuit case will provide privacy enthusiasts optimism for how well our courts evolve traditional legal principles to address the.. Read More

Protecting Yourself from Cyberbullies and Hackers

Today, our computers and mobile devices present numerous avenues for dangerous activity. Hackers often try to cause financial and reputational harm.. Read More

The Humanity in Privacy

I was very fortunate to have had the opportunity to speak at TEDx Dayton last October. The event was held at the historic Victoria Theater in.. Read More

Data Privacy Day is Saturday, January 28th. (Please celebrate responsibly.)

What? You had no idea? Of course you didn't. All joking aside, this Saturday indeed will mark our second decade of celebrating Data Privacy Day.. Read More

Privacy Law: Back to Basics

We are kicking off a new blog series here atFarukidesigned to provide businesses the basics on privacy law and some tips on where and how the law can.. Read More

Supreme Court's Spokeo Decision Fails to Give "Concrete" Answers in Privacy Litigation

Article III standing has often been a difficult hurdle for plaintiffs in privacy litigation to clear (check out my prior blogs on Android Litigation.. Read More

Update on New York Giants Jason Pierre-Paul's Invasion of Privacy Lawsuit Against ESPN and Adam Schefter

Fireworks, football, the First Amendment and privacy have converged in a lawsuit filed by New York Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul against.. Read More

Be Cautious When Social Networking is All "Atwitter" at Your Workplace

We use social media all the time. Make it a point during the day to notice how often you see a friend or colleague checking a Facebook update or.. Read More
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