D-Link Bolsters Bid To Escape US Court In Data Security Suit

By Shayna Posses (April 26, 2017, 2:43 PM EDT) -- D-Link Corp. has doubled down on claims that a California federal court lacks jurisdiction to hold it liable for alleged data security missteps, saying the Federal Trade Commission relies on "illusory" factual disputes and contradicted allegations to try to tie the Taiwanese connected device manufacturer to the products and practices at issue.

The Taiwanese company stood by its argument that the Northern District of California can't hold it liable for allegedly failing to properly secure wireless routers and internet protocol cameras, contending Monday that the FTC goes so far as to redefine words like "manufacture" in an attempt to establish jurisdiction...

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