Public employees’ communications about public business are subject to disclosure under the Cal. Public Records Act even if employees use personal account, Cal. SC. holds

On March 2, 2017, the California Supreme Court held that the electronic communications of a public employee about the conduct of public business may be subject to disclosure under the California Public Records Act (“CPRA”) even if the employee used

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ECJ holds dynamic IP addresses are personal data if additional information allowing user identification can reasonably be obtained from third parties

On October 19, 2016, the European Court of Justice (“ECJ”) presented its conclusions in Patrick Breyer v. Bundesrepublik Deutschland (case C‑582/14). According to the ECJ The dynamic internet protocol address of a visitor constitutes personal data, with respect to the

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