<![CDATA[ <![CDATA[Congressman Chaffetz and Goodlatte introduced H.R. 2168 to the Committee on the Judiciary and to the Select Committee on Intelligence. H.R. 2168 would make it a federal crime to intercept another person's geolocation information, defined as "any information that is not the content of a communication concerning the location of a wireless communication device or tracking device . . . that, in whole or in part, is generated by or derived from the operation of that device and that could be used to determine or infer information regarding the location of the person." The bill would also prohibit any governmental entity, federal or state, from intercepting geolocation information without a warrant. Any geolocation information obtained in violation of the law may not be received as evidence in any trial or court proceeding. The bill: H.R. 2168 h/t Cybercrime Review The information on this blog is for informational purposes only. It does not constitute legal advice.]]]]><![CDATA[> ]]>
Webinar Invite: Michael Hassard joins a virtual panel on Intellectual Property and Smart Contracts – Oct 20, 2022 3pm ET
Firm Associate Michael Hassard will be part of a virtual panel discussion on on Intellectual Property (IP), Smart Contracts, Branding, and Usage Rights. October 20, 2022 at 3pm Eastern. Sign up to attent.