February 03, 2017
Christopher G. Gegwich, Christopher J. Moro, JoAnna R. Nicholson and Steven M. Richard
Cars can track your moves; Philadelphia limits wage history inquiries; court addresses injuries under FCRA; certification questions arise in Target class action suit; FERPA and public record considerations collide. Here’s what trending in data privacy and cybersecurity.
A guide notifies consumers about how much information they share or permit when driving their cars.—Steven M. Richard
The Philadelphia City Council passes legislation prohibiting employers from inquiring, requesting, or relying upon a prospective employee’s wage history.—Christopher G. Gegwich and Christopher J. Moro
The Third Circuit weighs in on the Fair Credit Reporting Act in a data breach case against health plan Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey. —JoAnna R. Nicholson
Eighth Circuit holds that a trial court failed to undertake a sufficiently rigorous review of class certification in Target breach suit.—Steven M. Richard
A Kentucky court is the latest to evaluate whether university discipline records are public records subject to production.—Steven M. Richard
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