What Attorneys and Their Clients Need to Know About Windows 10 and Microsoft’s New Privacy Policies

August 1, 2015 – More than 14 million users have already downloaded Windows 10; the new operating system has been described both as “glorious” and as “incredibly intrusive.” With respect to the latter, Microsoft’s newly revised Services Agreement and Privacy … Continue reading

Glass Houses: Photographer Did Not Invade Apartment Residents’ Privacy By Photographing Them in Their Homes

April 9, 2015 – The case of Foster v Svenson highlights the inadequacy of New York state laws for protecting privacy. At issue in Foster was the work of Arne Svenson, “a critically acclaimed fine art photographer whose work has appeared … Continue reading