Join us in September as we contribute key events that explore the future of privacy, text messaging privacy, and what you need to know about the One Stop Shop under the GDPR.
On March 7, the FTC announced a major new initiative cracking down on text message spammers and drove home the point by commencing eight new lawsuits against alleged spammers. In eight complaints filed in four different federal courts across the country, the FTC has charged a total of twenty-nine defendants, alleging that they collectively sent […]
A brief summary of the April 19, 2010 oral argument before the U.S. Supreme Court in the case of City of Ontario v. Quon, a Fourth Amendment privacy case on appeal from the Ninth Circuit.
On December 14, the Supreme Court granted certiorari in City of Ontario v. Quon, a case that could set the parameters for the rights of employees in the workplace to privacy in their electronic communications, or just as easily be narrowly resolved on constitutional grounds with little implications for private employers. Quon, an officer with the […]