Aug 082013
 
 August 8, 2013  Posted by  Court, Laws

John D. Seiver and Ronald G. London write:

In Padilla v. DISH Network L.L.C., a former subscriber alleged DISH failed to destroy his personally identifiable information (PII) upon cancellation of service, and failed to continue sending annual privacy notices while retaining his PII. A Chicago federal district judge dismissed claims for damages under the satellite subscriber privacy provisions (identical to cable’s), holding that the subscriber was not “aggrieved” because indefinite PII retention caused no actual damage, despite being contrary to the statute.

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