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Can you share your “ballot selfie” on social media? It depends where you vote.

Voting certainly represents an exciting and important privilege and right we possess in the United States.  Because of this excitement, particularly in the maelstrom of the 2016 presidential election cycle, many people

Pokémon GO: Legal Issues

As we discussed in our previous posts on Pokémon GO and the latest news, this new augmented reality game raises a series of legal issues.  Most recently, a Detroit couple sued

Pokémon GO: Latest News

As we wrote on July 21, Pokémon GO has exploded in popularity and, as developments occur, we will continue to explore the game’s practical, legal, and cultural implications.  Check out the

Pokémon GO: Quickly Catching ‘Em All

After much anticipation, on July 6, Niantic released a beta version of Pokémon GO – a mobile game that has since entranced an estimate of around 10 million daily players.  In only a few weeks,

Illinois Biometric Law Enters Center Stage

An Illinois law enacted in 2008 appears now to be center stage in the national privacy and technology spotlight.  The Illinois Biometric Information Privacy Act, 740 ILCS 14/1, et seq., has been

Andrews Verdict Ripples Through Privacy Landscape

On March 7, 2016, a Nashville jury awarded Fox Sports reporter and Dancing with the Stars co-host Erin Andrews $55 million based on a 2008 incident at a Nashville area Marriot hotel.