Tag Archives: Privacy Law

I Got 99 Problems and a Warrant is One: How Current Interpretations of the Stored Communications Act Offend International Comity

As of 2012, there were 3.3 billion email accounts in the world and that number is expected to increase by six percent each year, amounting to approximately 4.3 billion accounts in 2016. In 2013, there were approximately 7.137 billion people … Continue reading

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Fair Users or Content Abusers? The Automatic Flagging of Non-Infringing Videos by Content ID on YouTube

When was the last time you watched a video on YouTube? How about the last time you uploaded one onto the site? Now, when was the last time you thought about the copyright implications of any of those videos? Most … Continue reading

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The Cyber Civil War

Suppose that someone hacked into your email account, stole the content of your emails, and posted them online. All of your email correspondence is now searchable in every search engine. Whomever you mentioned in any of your emails can easily … Continue reading

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KEEPING YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION PERSONAL: TROUBLE FOR THE MODERN CONSUMER

The online market is continuously growing and expanding, with many benefits to the consumer. Online purchasing and web browsing make consumers’ lives much easier. But the ease of online activities comes with a cost. Companies are collecting, storing, and using … Continue reading

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Look Over Your Figurative Shoulder: How to Save Individual Dignity and Privacy on the Internet

Pervasive image capture via modern handheld technologies, combined with the universal and excessive use of the Internet, has caused a breakdown of privacy norms. Erin Andrews, a sports news journalist, has provided a face to the victimization of the masses … Continue reading

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