Data Law Insights

Data Law Insights

Legal insights on navigating privacy, data protection, cybersecurity, information governance, and e-discovery

Tag Archives: Fourth Amendment

Recent IoT Device Cases

Posted in Advertising & Product Risk Management, Cybersecurity / Data Security, Litigation
“There are many ways to surveil each other now, unfortunately,” including “microwaves that turn into cameras, et cetera.  So we know that that is just a fact of modern life.”  Kellyanne Conway, March 12, 2017 Interview with New Jersey’s The Record. Data from microwaves-turned-cameras has yet to appear in court, but data from other IoT devices… Continue Reading

Supreme Court to Hear Major Cellphone Privacy Case

Posted in Admissibility, Litigation, Privacy
Yesterday, the Supreme Court announced that it will hear a case with significant ramifications for privacy in the digital age. The case involves a man convicted of armed robbery based in part on cellphone location data obtained without a probable cause warrant. The conviction was appealed at the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals, which held… Continue Reading