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 June 3, 2011  Posted by  Court, Online, Surveillance, U.S.

Jennifer Granick writes:

Yesterday, Judge Kaplan of the Southern District of New York dismissed the complaint in Hubbard v. Myspace.  Hubbard is the latest case to reject the claim that a social network violated the Stored Communications Act (“SCA”) by disclosing certain user information pursuant to law enforcement demands.  Last month, this firm won a similar case, obtaining a dismissal in Sams v. Yahoo!. While the Sams case involved a subpoena for user records, the Hubbard case involved a Georgia search warrant for records and communications content.

Read more on Law Across the Wire and Into the Cloud.

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