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Top Privacy Cases Of 2015: Midyear Report

Law360, New York (June 30, 2015, 3:38 PM EDT) -- The U.S. Supreme Court ruled that social media posts aren't threats without intent and strengthened protections of corporate data records, while a retail tracking firm's settlement with regulators has attorneys on the lookout for a rise in consumer class actions. Here, Law360 examines the most important privacy decisions and settlements of the year thus far.

U.S. v. Elonis

Earlier this month, the Supreme Court ruled that online posts can’t be considered threatening if that wasn’t the author’s intent when it struck down the conviction of a man who had made violent Facebook posts about his wife, law enforcement officials and others....

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