Professor Amy Gajda on Privacy and the Media and Her New Book “Seek and Hide”
Tulane Law professor, former journalist and privacy expert on the skirmishes between the press, the public, and the powerful, and the evolving boundaries of the law.
Data Security & Privacy 101
Resources exploring data security (what businesses are obligated to do in the event of a data breach, the financial implications, and best practices for responding), and data privacy ( how our patchwork of laws impacts businesses).
Does the First Amendment Include a Right to Scrape Photographs from Public Websites?Jeff Hermes
The assertion that the First Amendment protects photo scraping has been met with skepticism from both privacy advocates and First Amendment lawyers.
CCPA Private Litigation, Recent Developments and Potential New Privacy Legislation on the HorizonJim Snell, Marina Gatto and Gabriella Gallego
This article discusses CCPA private litigation trends to date, summarizes the California Attorney General regulations and a ballot initiative that may be on the November 2020 ballot.
Recent Developments With The Computer Fraud and Abuse ActJeremy D. Mishkin
Courts' applications of the CFAA vary markedly, in large part due to the differing interpretations of the CFAA's key provisions. This article examines this varied treatment.
The Right to Be ForgottenKevin L. Vick
In 2014, the "right to be forgotten" leapt from the world of law school journals to the frontpages of newspapers and websites on the heels of the Court of Justice of the European Union's Google Spain decision.