Data Not Dating: Trump Administration Reversal of Merger Signals National Security Implications of Data

​ Data Not Dating: Trump Administration Reversal Of Merger Signals National Security Implications of Data       By Saad Gul and Michael E. Slipsky       Amidst the thicket of federal regulators that populate Washington is the obscure Commit ...[Read more]

Published: 5/22/2019 | 0  Comments | 0  Links to this post

​​The Right to be Forgotten in an Era of Instant Notoriety

​ The Right to be Forgotten in an Era of Instant Notoriety       By Saad Gul and Michael E. Slipsky       It could be the start of a Law & Order episode. In August, a pedestrian in Manhattan’s East Village noted a driver sitting inside ...[Read more]

Published: 5/22/2019 | 0  Comments | 0  Links to this post

The Case of the Vanishing Twitter Account and CFAA Liability

​ The Case of the Vanishing Twitter Account and CFAA Liability   By Saad Gul and Michael E. Slipsky   Last week, an unknown Twitter contractor briefly suspended President Trump’s Twitter account.  The episode lasted 11 minutes. On its face, it ...[Read more]

Published: 11/6/2017 | 0  Comments | 0  Links to this post

Court Rules That First Amendment Limits, But Does Not Nullify, Public Officials’ Ability To Block Online Critics

​ Court Rules That First Amendment Limits, But Does Not Nullify, Public Officials’ Ability To Block Online Critics By Saad Gul and Michael E. Slipsky In Packingham v. North Carolina, 137 S. Ct. 1730, 1735 (U.S. 2017) the Supreme Court of the Unit ...[Read more]

Published: 8/7/2017 | 0  Comments | 0  Links to this post

Yes, There is the Right to Facebook (Or Tweet) in the Constitution

​Yes, There is the Right to Facebook (Or Tweet) in the Constitution   By Saad Gul and Michael E. Slipsky   We had previously written about Packingham v. North Carolina, where the Supreme Court of the United States confronted the question of whet ...[Read more]

Published: 6/19/2017 | 0  Comments | 0  Links to this post

Data Is The New Oil? A Discussion with Justice Barbara A. Jackson of the North Carolina Supreme Court

​Data Is The New Oil? A Discussion with Justice Barbara A. Jackson of the North Carolina Supreme Court   By Saad Gul and Michael E. Slipsky   Justice Barbara Jackson, the 96th Associate Justice of the North Carolina Supreme Court, serves as the ...[Read more]

Published: 12/13/2016 | 0  Comments | 0  Links to this post

Facebook Responds To Class Action Challenging “Ethnic Affinity” Functionality As HUD Takes Note

Facebook faced a class action suit after a widely disseminated article claimed that its platform’s “ethnic affinity” functionality potentially enabled advertisers to exclude users by race or other protected classes. The company has now responded, ...[Read more]

Published: 11/8/2016 | 0  Comments | 0  Links to this post

That Didn't Take Long: Class Action Lawyers Claim Facebook’s “Ethnic Affinity” Tool May Be Used To Violate Civil Rights Laws

If the law is slow to respond to technology developments, individual lawyers are not. A Complaint in federal court in California argues that Facebook’s “ethnic affinity” tool can be used to violate the Fair Housing Act and the Civil Rights Act of 19 ...[Read more]

Published: 11/7/2016 | 0  Comments | 0  Links to this post

“They Can’t Do That To Our Pledges; Only We Can Do That To Our Pledges”: Admiral, Big Data, Privacy, and The Internet of Things

Anyone who has been ever bought insurance, resented the premium, contested a claim denial, or piled up hours and papers dealing with insurers would welcome anything that promised to lower their rates. Admiral, a British insurer recently proposed an ...[Read more]

Published: 11/3/2016 | 0  Comments | 0  Links to this post

Is There A Right To Facebook In The Constitution? North Carolina Cyberlaw Goes To The United States Supreme Court.

​The Supreme Court of the United States has just agreed to the hear Packingham v. United States. The grant of certiorari reflects the increasing integration of cyberlaw with mainstream constitutional litigation. Packingham, which we have previously ...[Read more]

Published: 11/1/2016 | 0  Comments | 0  Links to this post
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