Monthly Archives: March, 2020

Zoom Faces Privacy Class Action Lawsuit

Plaintiff Robert Cullen has filed a class action complaint against defendant Zoom Video Communications for failing to protect the personal information of its users....

FBI Office Warns of Teleconferencing Risks

The FBI’s Boston office published a press release on March 30 warning the public about video-teleconference (VTC) hijacking (also known as...

FCC Announces $200m Telehealth Relief Program

Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Chairman Ajit Pai has announced a COVID-19 Telehealth Program, a $200 million relief program to help health care...

DC Judge Rules Against Criminal Penalties for Terms of Use Violations

The District Court for the District of Columbia ruled that website terms of service are not legally binding when it comes to...

Plaintiff Alleges Robinhood Offers Credits to Potential Class Members

Plaintiff Travis Taaffe has filed an emergency motion for a temporary restraining order and preliminary injunction against securities trading app Robinhood. Taaffe has alleged...

Advertisers Ask California to Delay Enforcement for Data Privacy Law

Various advertising companies joined together to ask for a delay in the enforcement of California’s data privacy claiming additional time is needed...

New York Court Rules that Postmates Couriers are Eligible For Unemployment

The New York Court of Appeals has reinstated a 2015 decision finding that food delivery service Postmates’ couriers are employees and thus...

Client Sues Law Firm for Failing to Disclose Data Breach

On March 27, Hiscox Insurance Company Inc. filed a complaint against law firm Warden Grier for concealing a 2016 data breach. The...