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ESPN Ruling Further Narrows Video Privacy Law's Reach

December 4, 2017, Law360

Kurt Wimmer is quoted in a Law360 article regarding the Ninth Circuit’s ruling in a case involving the disclosure of user app data to a third-party. "The court recognized that the concept of being publicly identified has limits, despite technological evolution," says Wimmer. "By reducing ambiguity around what qualifies as PII, this decision permits content and video providers, especially small or early-stage companies, to continue innovating in this space."

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