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Proposed Australian Bill Would Require ‘Masterkey’ to Defeat Encryption

Australia - November 6 2018 This proposed law comes in the wake of several well-publicized disputes between the tech industry and law enforcement, where law enforcement has…

Jason Sarfati

FCC Paving the Way for Advancement of Telehealth

USA - May 4 2017 The Federal Communications Commission recently solicited public comment on how it can better facilitate broadband-enabled health care…

Jade M. Kelly

Ninth Circuit Rules That Receiving Allegedly Unsolicited Text Is Sufficient By Itself To Establish Concrete Harm

USA - February 2 2017 On January 30, 2017, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals upheld the dismissal of a Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) class action on the ground…

FCC Adopts Broadband Privacy Rules And Signals Mandatory Arbitration Clauses Are Next In Its Crosshairs

USA - October 31 2016 At its monthly Open Meeting on October 27, the Federal Communications Commission adopted, but has not yet released, new privacy rules requiring…

Sarah L. Bruno, Alan G. Fishel

Another Court Finds Group Messaging Platforms Fall Outside the TCPA

USA - October 3 2016 Recently another federal district court ruled that text messages sent from a group messaging platform were not autodialed, even when transmitted in…