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The Top Cybersecurity And Privacy Rulings So Far In 2020

Law360 (July 10, 2020, 11:04 PM EDT) -- From a Maryland federal judge recognizing the value of personal data in today's economy to a Virginia court sending companies scrambling to keep post-data breach discussions quiet, it's been a busy few months in cybersecurity and privacy litigation.

Here are five rulings worth revisiting as we head into the year's second half.

Judge in Marriott Case Notes the Value of Personal Data in 2020

In February, while keeping alive litigation stemming from hotel giant Marriott International Inc.'s massive data breach, U.S. District Judge Paul Grimm sided with consumers on a key issue: the spiking value of their personal data, both for corporations and cybercriminals....

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