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Immigration

08.28.20

Public charge rule blocked again

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Artificial Intelligence

07.16.20

Why the legal department needs to care about and understand...

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Artificial Intelligence

07.16.20

Different levels of government struggle with artificial...

wealth management
Immigration

01.28.20

DHS can begin enforcing public charge rule

  • 10.17.19

    Ninth Circuit Indicates that Information on Public LinkedIn...

    The CFAA, codified at 18 U.S.C. § 1030, prohibits the intentional accessing of a protected computer “without authorization” in order to obtain information from it. The Ninth Circuit considered the meaning of the phrase “without authorization” and determined that its use in the statute is meant to protect against the digital equivalent of “breaking and entering.” As such, simply collecting publicly available data from a website like LinkedIn does not give rise to a CFAA violation. The court rather indicated that the CFAA is violated only “when a person circumvents a computer’s generally applicable rules regarding access permissions, such as username and password requirements, to gain access to a computer.”

    Category Data Privacy

  • 04.12.17

    D.C. Circuit rejects FCC attempt to expand TCPA protections;...

    A recent D.C. Circuit ruling in a TCPA “junk fax” case involving unsolicited faxes narrows the scope of the Act’s “opt out” requirements and sends a signal that future court decisions may further undermine the FCC’s more aggressive interpretations of the statute. This alert discusses what businesses need to know.

    Category TCPA