Amicus Briefs

  • X v. Bonta

    • Access to Information

    • Democracy & Free Speech

    • Amicus Brief

  • Vita v. New England Baptist

    The issue is whether patients reasonably expect that when seeking information from the website about specific symptoms, conditions, and medical procedures that their inquiries about such medical issues would be automatically shared with tech companies and advertisers.

    • Communications Privacy

    • Data Protection

    • Health Privacy

    • Privacy Laws

    • U.S. State Privacy Laws

    • Amicus Brief

  • Howard v. Republican National Committee (RNC)

    • Consumer Privacy

    • Robocalls

    • Amicus Briefs

  • Calhoun, et al. v. Google

    EPIC’s brief supports the Plaintiffs’ arguments that a jury could find that a reasonable user understood Google’s specific heightened privacy promises contained in the Chrome Privacy Notice to mean that Google would not collect the information it expressly promised not to and therefore that Google did not establish the affirmative defense of consent.

    • Big Data

    • Consumer Privacy

    • Data Protection

    • Enforcement of Privacy Laws

    • Amicus Briefs

  • McCarthy v. Amazon

    Whether Amazon, the world’s largest online retailer, can be sued under product liability for selling sodium nitrite to minors who used the compound to commit suicide.

    • Artificial Intelligence and Human Rights

    • Big Data

    • Children's Privacy

    • Commercial AI Use

    • Consumer Privacy

    • Data Protection

    • Web Scraping

    • Amicus Briefs

  • NetChoice v. Paxton / Moody v. NetChoice

    (1) Whether the First Amendment protects every choice a social media company makes as to what user-generated content it hosts and how it arranges that content.

    • Consumer Privacy

    • Data Protection

    • Enforcement of Privacy Laws

    • Social Media Privacy

    • Amicus Briefs

  • In re: Casino-Style Games Litigation

    Whether Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act, which prohibits treating internet companies as the speakers of third-party information, prevents lawsuits against internet companies who sell illegal products provided by third parties on their online marketplaces.

    • Consumer Privacy

    • Amicus Briefs

  • Bride et al. v. Yolo Technologies, Inc.

    Whether Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act prohibits (1) misrepresentation claims against internet companies who, after claiming in their terms of service that they would ban and reveal the identities of users who cyberbullied others, then refused to do so, and (2) products liability claims against the same defendants for designing an allegedly unsafe messaging product that allowed users to send anonymous, abusive messages to teens.

    • Data Protection

    • Democracy & Free Speech

    • Privacy Laws

    • U.S. Privacy Laws

    • Amicus Briefs

  • Michael Terpin v. AT&T Mobility, LLC

    • Consumer Privacy

    • Cybersecurity

    • Data Protection

    • Data Security

    • Enforcement of Privacy Laws

    • Privacy Laws

    • Amicus Briefs

  • Public Interest Legal Foundation v. Bellows

    Whether the National Voting Rights Act prohibiting state laws that limit how people can access and use voters' personal information.

    • Democracy & Free Speech

    • Privacy Laws

    • U.S. State Privacy Laws

    • Voter Privacy

    • Amicus Briefs