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Last Thursday, the U.S. Supreme Court struck a blow to consumer class actions (and the attorneys who regularly file them) when it held in AT&T Mobility v. Concepcion that the Federal Arbitration Act (“FAA”) preempts...

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Yesterday Bloomberg wrote an article reporting on possibly the largest cyber security breach in U.S. history, the attacks that downed Sony’s PlayStation networks for several days. It is unclear how much damage has been done...

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Stanford Law School Center for Internet & Society is partnering with the Media Law Resource Center for the Fourth Annual Conference on Legal Frontiers in Digital Media. The conference covers emerging legal issues surrounding digital...

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Senator Al Franken and Representative Ed Markey, inspired by last week’s news that Apple iPhones and iPads store a year’s worth of your location information on the handset and on any synced computer, have demanded...

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Last week, in Digiprotect USA Corp. v. Does 1-266, 10 CIV. 8759 TPG, 2011 WL 1466073 (S.D.N.Y. Apr. 13, 2011), the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York, determined that its concerns...

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Two researchers announced that Apple devices running iOS4 (e.g., the iPhone 4 and the iPad3G) have been regularly logging the location of the device (along with timestamps) in an unencrypted file stored on the device...

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