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Do We Have A Contract? What Delta’s Win Tells Us About Privacy Policies

A federal court in California handed Delta Air Lines a win this year by dismissing a putative class action arising from an alleged data breach, on the basis of its publicly posted Privacy Policy not being a contract and, therefore, placing no enforceable obligation on Delta to keep its customers’ data secure. Read More ›

India and Cars – Visions of the Future for America?

Cars stuck in heavy traffic

India is the world’s fastest growing major economy, with 600 million people under 25 years old – a recipe, you would think, for enormous growth in auto sales. And yes, auto sales are projected to grow in 2019, albeit at the slowest rate in years (only about 2% YOY). The major reason? Technological change. Why is this, and does it offer ideas for the American future? Read More ›

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