• Ohio Provides Litigation Safe Harbor to Businesses
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    Ohio Provides Breach Litigation Safe Harbor to Businesses

    Ohio has become the first state to enact legislation providing liability protection for businesses that implement a written cybersecurity program that “reasonably conforms” to certain cybersecurity frameworks or laws to protect personal information. This approach...

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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 copyright infringement suits.  The law firm, newly renamed the United States Copyright Group, has filed seven Doe suits aimed at...

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Twitter Settles with the FTC

Jun 29, 2010 by ZwillGen

The Federal Trade Commission and Twitter have agreed to settle charges stemming from two security breaches in early 2009, during which hackers were able to obtain unauthorized administrative control of the social networking service, access private user data, hijack user accounts, and send out phony tweets (including from the accounts of then President-Elect Barack Obama,...

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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 the current state of the law and the benefits of legislative reform, and calls upon Congress to set forth clear and...

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Founding Partner, Christian Genetski will be speaking at the 7th Annual E-Commerce Best Practices Conference today, where he will be discussing the best practices for responding to subpoenas for Web 2.0 Companies.  Specifically, he will be addressing: Best Practices in responding to subpoenas and search and seizure orders Applying the ECPA to cloud computing John...

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Yesterday, the Supreme Court handed down its much anticipated opinion in City of Ontario, California v. Quon, No. 08-1332 (June 17, 2010). The opinion, however, provides little guidance as to whether individuals have a reasonable expectation of privacy in their text messages....

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In a recent decision, the Fourth Circuit ruled that a user cannot raise Fourth Amendment objections to disclosure to the Government when an Internet Service Provider complies with the mandatory reporting requirement in 42 U.S.C. § 13032. The Fourth Circuit found that the ISP was not acting as an instrument or agency of the...

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