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Spokeo Review-What Are The Important Aspects To Be Known

Spokeo is a website that calls itself as a “people search engine”. Basically, it collects information from different sources, then put the information in one report, which will enable tracking of relatives and other people a lot easier. 6 more words

Seventh Circuit Sheds Light on Spokeo; Affirms Dismissal of Class Action for Lack of Standing

When Derek Gubala subscribed to Time Warner Cable in 2004, he gave it his birth date, home address, home and work phone numbers, social security number, and credit card information.  341 more words


Device Makers Face Legal Trouble Over Internet of Things Attack

Who should be held responsible for last week’s security breach that took out parts of the Internet?

That question is becoming more pressing as regulators and the public begin to grasp the implication of the first major “Internet of things” attack, in which hackers hijacked millions of everyday devices such as security cameras and printers, and cut off access to major websites like Amazon and Twitter for hours at a time. 500 more words


Spokeo Opinion Offers Framework for Article III Statutory Standing Analysis, but No Absolute Rules

The United States Supreme Court issued its highly-anticipated decision this morning in Spokeo, Inc. v. Robins, No. 13-1339, a case that many commentators have been following as a potential barometer for the Court’s treatment of consumer and class action issues following the death of Justice Antonin Scalia.  415 more words

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Supreme Court Rejects Privacy Claim in Data Broker Case

The Supreme Court on Monday sided with an online “people search” company in a closely-watched case over when and how consumers can sue for privacy violations. 852 more words