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The New York Law Journal explores the potential future of consumer privacy class-action lawsuits in light of the recent comScore decision, noting that it and “other recent decisions allowing privacy cases to proceed in the absence of actual damages suggest that the legal landscape may be changing, and that privacy could be the next significant frontier in class-action litigation.” Meanwhile, The Sun Sentinel reports malpractice lawyers have argued that a new Florida law, Ch. 2013-108, may violate patient privacy.
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