An appeals court ruled that healthcare customers who suffered identity theft may sue the company after laptops containing customer data were stolen. The company argued that the customers had no standing.
As representatives from government and private security hammer out the details of the cybersecurity framework, privacy concerns are moving to the top of the agenda.
This academic work frames the problem of excessive surveillance and describes threats to privacy.
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