Tag Archives: Privacy

Alex Rodriguez Has No Legal Right To Privacy While Toilet Texting in front of a Window in NYC

Do you have a right to privacy while sitting on the toilet texting in front of a clear window in New York City? When I lived in New York City, I understood that when I was naked in front of … Continue reading

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I Spy with my Little Eye: Is the Construct of Privacy Disappearing in the Wake of the Technology Age?

By: Treja Jones Despite the fact that privacy is not a constitutionally guaranteed right, people can reasonably expect that when they are alone, they are not being watched, recorded, or studied . . . or at least, that was true … Continue reading

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Hogan Lovells Privacy and Cybersecurity Practice Ranked as a Top-Tier Practice by Chambers USA for 8th Consecutive Year

Chambers USA recently released its 2019 rankings and we are pleased to announce that Hogan Lovells’ Privacy and Cybersecurity (PaC) practice once again received Band 1 recognition by Chambers USA. Chambers noted that PaC “[r]emains one of the country’s preeminent … Continue reading

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Hazeldean on Privacy and Access to Gendered Facilities

Susan Hazeldean (Brooklyn Law School) has posted Privacy As Pretext (Cornell Law Review, Forthcoming) on SSRN.  Here is the abstract: The terms of the debate over LGBT rights have shifted in recent years, particularly since the Supreme Court made marriage equality … Continue reading

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How Ecommerce Businesses Can Address Online Shopping Privacy Concerns

Though online shopping continues to grow, the majority of those polled don't trust that their data is safe with ecommerce sites. Read more detail on Recent Products Liability posts –

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