Monthly Archives: October 2018

Recent Decision Sends Companies Rushing to Review Browsewrap Agreements

A California federal court recently held in Rushing v. Viacom, Inc. that an arbitration provision in Viacom’s End User License Agreement (“EULA”) was one click shy of enforceability, and denied the company’s motion to dismiss claims against it pending arbitration.

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Posted in Litigation

Anthem Agrees to Record Data Breach Settlement

In the wake of the largest U.S. health care data breach in history, Anthem, Inc., has agreed to pay $16 million to the Office for Civil Rights, which is a record settlement for alleged HIPAA violations. According to the Department

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Posted in Cyberattack, Data Breach, Data Security, HIPAA, OCR
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