Archive for ‘Privacy’

A 14-year-old girl who became famous overnight is feuding with Walmart – Houston Chronicle

by   |  05.05.17  |  Copyright and Trademark, Privacy

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California (unintentionally?) recriminalizes libel — and criminalizes disclosure of private facts, right of publicity infringements and more – The Washington Post

by   |  07.28.16  |  Libel, Privacy

California’s broadly written “identity theft” statute is being read to criminalize pretty much any intentional tort that uses a person’s name — including ones that no one had expected would be made criminal. More »

Erin Andrews Awarded $55 Million in Lawsuit

by   |  03.07.16  |  Free Speech, Privacy

Can’t find offhand what she sued for, but I assume intrusion upon seclusion, public disclosure of private fact and emotional distress. More »

Lege tackles ‘upskirt’ law rewrite – San Antonio Express-News

by   |  04.28.15  |  Privacy, Right to Photography

Lege tackles ‘upskirt’ law rewrite – San Antonio Express-News. More »

Woman sues over use of her school photo on novelty flask – Houston Chronicle

by   |  01.05.15  |  Libel, Privacy

Woman sues over use of her school photo on novelty flask – Houston Chronicle. More »

Manuel Noriega’s ‘Call of Duty’ lawsuit dismissed – CNN.com

by   |  10.28.14  |  Privacy, Video Games

Manuel Noriega\\\’s \\\’Call of Duty\\\’ lawsuit dismissed – CNN.com. More »

Japan Adopts “Right to Be Forgotten”

by   |  10.16.14  |  Privacy

EPIC – Japan Adopts “Right to Be Forgotten”. More »

U.S. Supreme Court blocks parts of Texas abortion law – Houston Chronicle

by   |  10.14.14  |  Privacy

U.S. Supreme Court blocks parts of Texas abortion law – Houston Chronicle. More »

ACLU Challenges Constitutionality Of Arizona’s Revenge Porn Law | Techdirt

by   |  09.24.14  |  Obscenity and Pornography, Privacy

ACLU Challenges Constitutionality Of Arizona’s Revenge Porn Law | Techdirt. More »

The Creepiest New Corner Of Instagram: Role-Playing With Stolen Baby Photos | Fast Company | Business + Innovation

by   |  09.23.14  |  Privacy

You thought the public photography of kids and the animal cruelty videos were creepy and strange. More »