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  • May 26, 2017

    EU Agency, Semiconductor Cos. Seek IoT Privacy Standards

    The European Union Agency for Network and Information Security has joined several semiconductor makers in calling upon the European Commission to lay out baseline requirements for the privacy and cybersecurity of connected devices, saying the current lack of guidance is worrisome in light of the rise of the internet of things.

  • May 26, 2017

    DC Circ. Rejects Challenges To TSA Body Scanner Rule

    The D.C. Circuit held Friday that none of the arguments raised in a challenge by several advocacy groups to the Transportation Security Administration’s final rule on airport body scanners merited a published decision, saying the regulation sufficiently responded to their concerns and the panel would defer to the agency’s judgment.

  • May 26, 2017

    Scottrade Says Data Breach Suit Should Stay In Federal Court

    Discount brokerage firm Scottrade Inc. asked a Florida federal judge Thursday not to remand to state court claims brought against it by a putative class of customers over a data breach, arguing that the case should be stayed pending an appeal at the Eighth Circuit.

  • May 26, 2017

    Fla. Chicken Chain, TCPA Class To Refute Settlement Denial

    Fast-casual chicken restaurant operator Pollo Operations Inc. and a proposed consumer class said Friday they will refute a Florida magistrate judge's denial of a $975,000 settlement over alleged federal Telephone Consumer Protection Act violations, noting that the court can expect to see them file a new request.

  • May 26, 2017

    Insurers Needn't Cover Spyware Suits, 9th Circ. Affirms

    The Ninth Circuit on Friday affirmed that subsidiaries of Hartford and Liberty Mutual don't have to cover a pair of lawsuits accusing an Aaron's franchisee of spying on customers through rental computers, finding that all of the underlying allegations either don't fall within the terms of the insurers' policies or are subject to exclusions.

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