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Cybersecurity & Privacy

Cybersecurity & Privacy Law360 provides breaking news and analysis on cybersecurity and privacy law. Coverage includes cybersecurity and privacy suits and enforcement actions, data protection compliance issues, data breaches, as well as domestic and international policy developments.



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Latest News in Cybersecurity & Privacy

  • March 15, 2019

    Citibank Says Wrong Number Call Recipients Can't Form Class

    Citibank has urged a California federal judge to reject a bid to certify a putative class action accusing the bank of placing debt collection calls to wrong numbers, arguing that determining who actually received the calls would require a painstaking review of individualized account records. 

  • March 15, 2019

    Facebook Slams Users' 'Speculative Tale' In Data Breach Suit

    Facebook on Thursday asked a California federal judge to kill consolidated litigation over a data breach that affected nearly 50 million of its user accounts, arguing that the users “spin a speculative tale” in their complaint, lack standing and suffered no real harm.

  • March 15, 2019

    DC Circ. Dives Into White House Vanishing Message Case

    A public interest group sought to convince a D.C. Circuit panel amid pointed questions Friday that federal law requires the White House to decide whether communications such as those on self-destructing message apps fall under duties to keep presidential records.

  • March 15, 2019

    FCC Advances 911 Location Plan, But Privacy Issues Remain

    The Federal Communications Commission opened a new inquiry on Friday that could establish a framework for transmitting approximate indoor locations from mobile callers to first responders, although it acknowledged it must address who will have access to the sensitive location data.

  • March 15, 2019

    DC Circ. Says Atty Can't Compel New Disclosures From Trump

    The D.C. Circuit said Friday an attorney can't force President Donald Trump to amend financial disclosures filed while a presidential candidate, ruling the attorney brought the claims under a law that has no power over acts that occurred before Trump took office.

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