Monthly Archives: June 2019

Case Update: Wakefield v. ViSalus, Inc.

A couple of months ago, I wrote about how a jury found multilevel marketing company ViSalus, Inc. responsible for making over 1.8 million robocalls in violation of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act.  Given the TCPA’s minimum statutory damages of $500

Posted in TCPA

Senate Bill Seeks to Protect Health Information Gathered from Wearable Devices

I wear a fitness tracker.  I rarely take it off.  Throughout the course of the day, it collects a bevy of information about me: my heart rate, my exercise habits, the length and quality of my sleep.  When aggregated and

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Posted in Data Security, Internet of Things
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