In a move which many were watching, the United States Supreme Court decided on April 27 to grant certiorari in Spokeo, Inc. v. Robins, No. 13-1339, which will help clarify the constitutional standing requirements for bringing an action under the Fair Credit Reporting Act. The case, which directly affects online privacy lawsuits and also has significant implications for data breach suits, will likely be set for oral argument in the fall. For more information about the Ninth Circuit opinion giving rise to the Supreme Court petition for certiorari, please refer to the April 2015 issue of the Data Security Roundup, available here.