Lawyer’s App Lets Clients in Trouble Summon Him Via GPS

Media Law

In fact, he wanted to put himself right on their mobile phones. The post Lawyer’s App Lets Clients in Trouble Summon Him Via GPS appeared first on Robert Ambrogi's LawSites. When New York City lawyer Sachin Gadh started his law practice, he wanted to be there for his clients when they needed him. So he developed an app to do just that. He calls it Gadh. Gadh is an app for iPhones that […].

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Mobile App VPPA Suit Survives Spokeo Standing Challenge

New Media and Technology Law

a user of the free USA Today app alleged that each time he viewed a video clip, the app transmitted his mobile Android ID, GPS coordinates and identification of the watched video to a third-party analytics company to create user profiles for the purposes of targeted advertising, in violation of the Video Privacy Protection Act (VPPA). Mobile Privacy Video Video Privacy Protection Act Article III standing mobile app VPPAIn Yershov v.

Site Lets Lawyers Build Their Own Mobile Apps

Media Law

Apps created through the site would let users call your office with one-touch dialing, get GPS directions to your office, and schedule appointments. A sample shown on the site.

User of Free App May Be “Consumer” under the Video Privacy Protection Act

New Media and Technology Law

This past week, the First Circuit issued a notable opinion concerning the contours of liability under the Video Privacy Protection Act (VPPA) – a decision that stirs up further uncertainty as to where to draw the line regarding VPPA liability when it comes to mobile apps. (See As a result, courts are still grappling with whether unique device IDs and GPS data are PII under the statute. Android ID + GPS data + video viewing information) was PII under the VPPA.

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User of Free App May Be “Consumer” under the Video Privacy Protection Act

New Media and Technology Law

This past week, the First Circuit issued a notable opinion concerning the contours of liability under the Video Privacy Protection Act (VPPA) – a decision that stirs up further uncertainty as to where to draw the line regarding VPPA liability when it comes to mobile apps. (See As a result, courts are still grappling with whether unique device IDs and GPS data are PII under the statute. Android ID + GPS data + video viewing information) was PII under the VPPA.

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Fourth Amendment Appeal before Georgia Supreme Court over Airbag Crash Data Could Have Implications for Autonomous Cars and Related Technologies

New Media and Technology Law

In short, will the Court view a car’s automated data as sensitive as certain data stored or produced by an individual’s mobile phone? array of sensors, cameras, GPS, software outputs related to assisted driving). Today, the Georgia Supreme Court is set to hear oral argument in an appeal brought by a defendant convicted of vehicular homicide and other charges related to a fatal car crash. Mobley v. State , No. S18C1546).

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Roundup of Company and Product News from ILTACON, Part 4: FileTrail, Workstorm, Casepoint, SeeUnity

Media Law

who told me about the GPS (Governance Policy Suite) product the company released earlier this year and a recent update designed to address the expensive overhead and complex tasks associated with matter mobility, including lateral moves and other records transfers.

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DWT (Driving While Texting): The New DUI?

JetLawBlog

It is indisputable that one result of the proliferation of handheld mobile devices is the distraction of drivers on the road, thus making car travel less safe for those using the devices as well as for other drivers.

No VPPA Liability for Disclosure of Certain Anonymous Digital Identifiers

New Media and Technology Law

an anonymous number linked to certain mobile devices). The plaintiffs urged a broad interpretation akin to the recent interpretation of the VPPA by the First Circuit, which held that the disclosure of a user’s Android ID + GPS data + video viewing information qualified as PII under the VPPA.

No VPPA Liability for Disclosure of Certain Anonymous Digital Identifiers

New Media and Technology Law

an anonymous number linked to certain mobile devices). The plaintiffs urged a broad interpretation akin to the recent interpretation of the VPPA by the First Circuit, which held that the disclosure of a user’s Android ID + GPS data + video viewing information qualified as PII under the VPPA.

Emerging Technology and Existing Law: Can Geofencing Provide Radio Webcasters a Workaround of Digital Performance Royalties?

New Media and Technology Law

Geofencing is a location-based technology that creates a virtual perimeter around an area or location ranging in size from a single building to an entire state and then allows an entity to determine if a user’s mobile phone, device or computer is within this perimeter based upon the user’s IP address, WiFi and GSM access points, and GPS coordinates.

Does Gmail Force A Waiver of the Attorney-Client Privilege?

Music Technology Policy

We may collect device-specific information (such as your hardware model, operating system version, unique device identifiers, and mobile network information including phone number). When you use a location-enabled Google service, we may collect and process information about your actual location, like GPS signals sent by a mobile device. We’ve all seen lawyer email signature blocks get longer and longer.