Dynamic IP addresses are personal data if additional information allowing identification of users can reasonably be obtained from third parties, Advocate General of ECJ opines

On May 12, 2016, the Advocate General of the European Court of Justice (“ECJ”) Campos Sánchez-Bordona presented his conclusions in Patrick Breyer v. Bundesrepublik Deutschland (case C‑582/14). The case deals with dynamic IP addresses, i.e. those IP (“Internet Protocol”) addresses

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A federal court’s discovery order contains interesting points on production regarding social media and material possibly covered by foreign privacy

In Melian Labs Inc. v. Triology LLC, case number 4:2013cv04791, a trademark infringement action, plaintiff objected to defendant’s non responsive responses to some of its requests for production. The order of the court (NDCA) is interesting (at least) under two

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