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Last Sunday, when the scope of the tragedy at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando began to emerge, I sent the following email to the student body: Tragically, once again Americans are mourning the loss of...

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  • February 12, 2016 | In the Media
    From JD Supra Business Advisor: "Privacy Tip #21 – It’s a new year — time to get a free copy of your credit report" by Linn Freedman, Robinson+Cole Data Privacy February 12, 2016: I am fortunate to teach the Privacy Law class at Roger Williams University School of Law on Tuesday afternoons. Yesterday, we discussed all of the laws relating to the financial services industry. OK, not the most exciting content, but it included the Fair and Accurate Credit Transaction Act (FACTA). Enacted in 2008,...
  • November 15, 2015 | In the Media
    From Rhode Island Lawyers Weekly:  “Liability, insurance issues abound as drone use soars: limits of tort law to be tested by new technology” by Pat Murphy November 4, 2015: The proliferation of drones may well present a range of novel liability questions that lawyers and judges haven’t had to answer since the automobile began populating the nation’s roadways in the 1920s and ’30s. […] The statistics bear out the impression that the friendly skies are not as safe as they once were....
  • May 21, 2014 | In the Media
    From the WPRO Morning News: "European Union's Google Ruling" by Gene Valicenti May 15, 2014: The highest court in the European Union has ruled that individuals can ask Google to remove links to news articles, legal judgments and other information that comes up during a name search. WPRO's Gene Valicenti spoke to Professor Jared Goldstein of Roger Williams University School of Law about possible implications in the United States. To hear the full conversation, click here.
  • February 19, 2013 |
    From the PROVIDENCE JOURNAL: "PolitiFact: Privacy has its limitations" by C. Eugene Emery Jr., Journal Staff Writer February 17, 2013: [...] Rep. Brian Patrick Kennedy, a Democrat from Hopkinton, wants to put some limitations on how much private information you must reveal if you apply for a job or enroll in a school. [...] It was this sentence in his news release that caught our eye, particularly the reference to employer rights: “Employers and schools have no more right to this private...