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About Aaron Altschuler

Aaron Altschuler

Aaron advises on legal and public policy issues related to government and third party requests for user data, including issues related to the Electronic Communications Privacy Act (“ECPA”) and the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (“FISA”). He assists Internet companies and other clients with their compliance obligations and transparency reports related to the use and disclosure of user information.

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What happens when a foreign law enforcement agency seeks information from a U.S.-based communications service provider in order to obtain evidence in an investigation? U.S.-based companies often must consider whether and how to respond to...

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Delivering a blow to Facebook and other online platforms, the New York Court of Appeals ruled that Facebook could not appeal the New York state lower court’s denial of its motions challenging the issuance of...

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In one of the most important decisions of the summer, the Second Circuit Court of Appeals held that the U.S. government could not compel Microsoft to disclose user data stored exclusively in its Dublin, Ireland...

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