Legal Guides for Privacy
Written by attorney Angelo Campano, almost 3 years ago.
California is very protective of the rights of its citizens. Oneis a rightto privacy when speaking on the phone;however, like many laws, there are exceptions so do not assume all calls are... more
Written by attorney Paul David Godec, over 2 years ago.
Social media such as Facebook, Twitter, MySpace, and LinkedIn have become increasingly ubiquitous in society in general and in the workplace in particular.The ever-expanding use of social... more
Written by attorney Aaron Kelly, almost 4 years ago.
Internet Privacy - New Legislation
Internet Privacy - "Do not track" list - privacy legislation
Ecommerce and Personalization Ecommerce personalizes the shopping experience, blurring the... more
Written by attorney Lori Ann Strobl, over 2 years ago.
In this day and age social networking is widespread and far reaching. A staggering number of this nations workforce is active on at least one social networking site. Because of the... more
Written by attorney Vikrant Chaudhry, over 3 years ago.
The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, or "HIPAA" as it is widely known, is one of the most widely talked about healthcare laws. It is quite broad and covers various... more
Written by attorney Julie A. Gafkay, about 3 years ago.
One of the most common ways to communicate in the workplace today is through e-mail. It is not uncommon for employees to send and receive several emails throughout the day as part of their... more
Written by attorney John Whalen, about 4 years ago.
Less than 2 months after 9/11, President Bush signed the USA PATRIOT Act. This note will outline a brief history and a few aspects of Section 326 with which we are all now faced
Written by attorney Amanda Deering, over 3 years ago.
In a recent ruling by the Second Appellate District of California, it
was decided that a "subscriber has no expectation of privacy in the
subscriber information he supplies to his... more
Written by attorney R. Gibson, over 4 years ago.
Today, celebrity and workplace privacy is being invaded on a daily basis. The right of celebrities to privacy is constantly being abused through the misappropriation by others of their name... more
Written by attorney Craig Kalinoski, over 2 years ago.
Up until the April 2, 2012 United State Supreme Courts 5-4 decision in Florence v. Board of Chosen Freeholders of the County of Burlington et al., it appeared that most courts across the... more