CDT Brief in Spokeo v. Robins Supports Individual Claims for Privacy Violations

CDT Brief in Spokeo v. Robins Supports Individual Claims for Privacy Violations
If Congress grants you legal protections and a remedy when they are violated, can the courts step in and remove those rights if they don't believe there's an actual harm? Today, CDT filed an amicus brief in the Supreme Court case Spokeo v. Robins …
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Another FCRA Case Stayed Until Supreme Court Rules In Spokeo
Judge Lorna Schofield has agreed to stay a Fair Credit Reporting Act case until the U.S. Supreme Court issues its highly anticipated ruling in Robbins v. Spokeo, Inc. By entering a stay in Ernst v. Dish Network, LLC, S.D. N.Y. Case No. 12-Civ-8794 (LGS …
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Class actions and the separation of powers: a Spokeo debate
Lawyers for Thomas Robins – the name plaintiff in a Fair Credit Reporting Act class action against the search engine Spokeo – filed his Supreme Court brief Monday night. Robins' counsel of record, William Consovoy of Consovoy McCarthy Park, and his …
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