Jun 202016
 June 20, 2016  Breaches, Business, Court

Rick Barrett reports that the Supreme Court’s recent Spokeo opinion came into play in a federal court’s decision to dismiss Gubala v. Time Warner Cable:

A U.S. District Court judge in Milwaukee has dismissed a lawsuit that accused Time Warner Cable of keeping subscribers’ personal information after they ended their cable service.

Derek Gubala, formerly of Oak Creek, claimed that Time Warner Cable kept personal identifiable information such as names and addresses, birth dates, Social Security numbers and credit card accounts of former customers, in violation of the Cable Communications Policy Act.

Read more on Post-Crescent.

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