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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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Amazon Echo Data at Center of Another Legal Battle

Amazon, Inc. is on the receiving end of another court order demanding it release the data and recordings associated with one of its Echo smart devices. For the uninitiated, Echo smart devices support voice interaction, music playback, and other administrative

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Posted in Internet of Things, Litigation, Privacy

California Passes Internet of Things Law

California continues to pave the way for privacy and cybersecurity legislation as Governor Brown recently signed the first Internet of Things (“IoT”) security law in the United States (SB-327). While connected devices offer users convenience and efficiency, California lawmakers recognized

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