Facebook has sought to dismiss copyright and trade secret claims made against it by a Lithuanian data company, shortly after co-defendant Princeton University did the same.
Apple has claimed that Corellium selling virtual copies of its software is committing “straightforward” copyright infringement, rubbishing the defendant’s claims that it merely provides the service as a cybersecurity research tool.
The Irish data regulator has grounded a national ID card scheme for breaches of data protection law, in a saga that onlookers have described as “an embarrassment” for the government.
Two automotive tech companies are suing the state of Arizona over a law they say would give third parties unaccountable access to their proprietary software.
Australia’s highest court has thrown out Glencore’s attempt to block the country’s tax authority from analysing Paradise Papers documents.
Plaintiffs pursuing Marriott in the wake of a massive data breach have named its cybersecurity provider as a defendant.
Substantial differences between the GDPR and the California Consumer Privacy Act could have implications for potential federal privacy legislation in the US, according to a research paper published by the Georgetown University Law Center.
Equifax has opposed a German investment group’s motion for class certification on the grounds that the plaintiff’s arguments are different from other class members and that it has incorrectly calculated damages.
Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer has promoted Peter Jaffe to special counsel in its Washington, DC office.
Apple is being sued by a putative class over allegations that it used other companies’ servers to store customer data.