Shing Tse

Recently, a federal court in California held that the loss of stored data, without more, is insufficient to establish Article III standing to withstand a motion to dismiss.  In so doing, the court joined a number of other courts in holding that allegations of speculative harm devoid of allegations that personal information was stolen or

Earlier this week, the Ninth Circuit, yet again, concluded that data scraping public websites is not unlawful. In hiQ Labs, Inc. v. LinkedIn Corp., a case that has been ongoing for nearly five years, the Ninth Circuit affirmed its earlier decision that LinkedIn may not rely on the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (“CFAA”)

Recently, a federal court in Kansas joined a number of other courts in finding that allegations of future, speculative harm unadorned with actual theft or misuse of personal information are insufficient to establish Article III standing. 

In Ex rel Situated v. Med-Data Inc., Case No. 21-2301-DDC-GEB, 2022 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 60555 (D. Kan. Mar.