A proposed class action against Scripps Health over a 2021 data breach was thrown out of federal court Wednesday, when a Southern District of California judge said too many Californians meant it lacked jurisdiction.
LendingClub Corp. won’t face a proposed class action alleging the company illegally recorded borrowers’ telephone calls without consent, after the lead plaintiff voluntarily dismissed the lawsuit filed in the Northern District of California.
A Colorado public college student’s free speech lawsuit alleging the university tried to silence her advocacy of “honest” reviews for one of her professors was revived Wednesday by the Tenth Circuit, which called it an “easy” case.
In 2019, San Francisco passed a landmark ordinance regulating government surveillance and became the first of severalcities to start mounting guardrails against governmentabuse of technologies like facial recognition. It’s now the first to face a challenge from within City Hall.