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In privacy cases, should statutory standing be sufficient to satisfy Article III?

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In privacy cases, should statutory standing be sufficient to satisfy Article III?

Source: Inside Counsel
Date: December 8, 2014
In privacy cases, should statutory standing be sufficient to satisfy Article III? Some are questioning whether statutory standing should be sufficient to meet the ‘injury in fact’ required by Article III by hon. james ware (ret.) privacy business insights for law department leaders Reprinted with permission from InsideCounsel December 8, 2014
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