Topic Archives: California

Apple’s Dispute Over iTunes Data Collection May Have Implications for the Future of Mobile Payments

This post was co-authored by Marion Bergeret, Berkeley Law LL.M. Candidate 2013, and Babak Siavoshy, Teaching Fellow, Samuelson Law, Technology & Public Policy Clinic.  Last month the California Supreme Court heard oral argument in Apple v. Superior Court (Krescent), a consumer class … Continue reading

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California Privacy Legislation: Wins and Losses

During September 2012, the California legislature voted in favor of three laws recognizing new privacy rights resulting from technological advancements and the ubiquity of Internet activity in the lives of Americans. California Governor Jerry Brown took two steps forward in … Continue reading

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People v. Xinos: A Privacy Right in Vehicle Data

A California Privacy Right in Vehicle Data In People v. Xinos, 192 Cal. App. 4th 637 (2011) (PDF), the California Sixth District Court of Appeal ruled on a person’s privacy right in his vehicle’s sensing and diagnostic module (SDM) data. This … Continue reading

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People v. Diaz: Is Your iPhone Constitutionally Protected?

This January in People v. Diaz (PDF), the Supreme Court of California affirmed the Court of Appeals decision that a warrantless search of the text message folder on an arrested person’s phone was valid as incident to a lawful custodial … Continue reading

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