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Named Plaintiff Drops Claims Against Gannett as the Definition of “Personally Identifiable Information” Under the Video Privacy Protection Act Evolves

USA - April 11 2017 Last week, the named plaintiff in a putative class action, Yershov v. Gannett Satellite Information Network...

Mara Ludmer, Mary Ellen Callahan.

Vizio Pays $2.2 Million Fine to Settle Smart TV Spying Charges

USA - February 13 2017 Vizio, one of the largest Smart TV companies, recently agreed to pay a $2.2 million fine and be subject to a permanent injunction to settle charges...

Mara Ludmer, Mary Ellen Callahan.

Supreme Court Declines to Weigh in on What Constitutes “Personally Identifiable Information” Protected by the Video Privacy Protection Act

USA - January 17 2017 Long after the disappearance of most video rental stores, the issue of the applicability of the Video Privacy Protection Act (VPPA) in the digital...

Emily A. Bruemmer, Andrew C. Noll.