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Erin Andrews Jury Sends Hoteliers a $55 Million Dollar Reality Check

“Privacy law” continues to evolve in the face of ever-advancing technology. Legislative bodies, administrative agencies, courts, tech companies, and a host of other interests are working to innovate, keep pace with, or catch up. Even the First Amendment, which has been interpreted by courts, lawyers, and scholars for hundreds of years, and, which stands as a counter-balance to the right of privacy, is being tested in new ways. But the recent trial involving Erin Andrews highlights that, sometimes, privacy issues are simple, and businesses need to implement common sense policies or face potentially costly outcomes. A Nashville jury recently handed …

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