The United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit has affirmed a district court’s decision in favor of Time Warner Cable (TWC) regarding a mistake the cable company made when it provided the wrong subscriber’s address and personal information in response to a grand jury subpoena.  The court held, in Long v. Insight Communications of Central Ohio, LLC, that the plaintiffs had failed to state a claim under the Stored Communications Act since TWC acted in “good faith” pursuant to a valid subpoena and the “unauthorized disclosure of plaintiffs’ information was the result of … inadvertence or negligence” rather than a “knowing” divulgence on the part of TWC.