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Marc Zwillinger On The WikiLeak

August 9, 2010 | 1 Comments

In a recent Associated Press article, “Plugging the WikiLeak: What can the government do?” Marc Zwillinger explains why the government may be unable to prevent Julian Assange, an Australian citizen living abroad, from posting classified...

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Committee hearings on online privacy are being held in both the House and Senate this week.  On Tuesday, the Senate Commerce Committee held a hearing on Consumer Online Privacy at which the committee heard testimony...

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It is likely that sometime in the next few weeks craigslist will be filing a writ petition in the First Appellate District Court of Appeal for the State of California in Scott P. v. craigslist,...

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The FTC announced that it has extended the period for public comments related to its review of the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (“COPPA”) to July 12.  Comments were originally due June 30.   More information...

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          During a recent hearing, Judge Rosemary Collyer, of the United States District Court for the District of Columbia, expressed concerns about a law firm’s litigation strategy of grouping thousands of individuals together in mass...

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Yesterday, Marc Zwillinger testified before the United States House of Representatives Committee on the Judiciary regarding ECPA Reform and the Revolution in Location Based Technologies and Services.  His testimony, which can be found here, touches on...

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