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Illinois Lawmakers Consider Right to Know Act

13.04.2017   Mudd Law   Privacy   No comments

Illinois lawmakers are considering a new law that would increase the protection of personal information online. House Bill 2774 would require online companies to disclose to consumers what data has

Consumer Reports to Review Products for Cybersecurity and Privacy

Consumer Reports is often known for their reviews of a variety of items, including new cars, digital cameras, and kitchen appliances.  The non-profit organization provides evidence-based product testing and ratings

Google to Purge Play Store Apps Without Privacy Policies

Google has been sending warnings to developers of apps in its Google Play Store that violate Google’s privacy and user data policies. According to The Next Web, the notice informs developers that

New Selfie App Meitu Sparks Privacy Concerns

When you consider the addage “There’s an App for that,” its truth has become even more true as the years have passed.  However, as can be imagines, not every app

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