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Privacy Law
In a world where sharing part of your daily routine on social media become the norm the fight against “privacy” rights becomes a blurry subject especially when the person is a celebrity and anything they do becomes “newsworthy” material. After the famous incident of Hulk Hogan’s lawsuit against Gawker, the issue of protected activity versus...
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Take-Two Interactive Software creates pioneering video games, which incorporates biometric data such as scanning faces. Last Monday a New York federal judge rejected a anticipated class action on how the video game company has accumulated facial scans from personalized virtual basketball players from NBA 1K15 and NBA 2K16. The plaintiff demanded a violation of Illinois...
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Ryan Collins, 36, was charged earlier this year, March 8th, 2016, for felony computer hacking and is now facing 18 months in federal prison. If you are not familiar with the name you are probably more aware of his crime. Ryan Collins is the man who is held responsible for the 2014 mass nude photo...
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