Issue 2 – February 2018 PII In Context: Video Privacy and a Factor-Based Test For Assessing Personal Information

PII In Context: Video Privacy and a Factor-Based Test For Assessing Personal Information

Comment by: Daniel L. Macioce, Jr. 45 PEPP. L. REV. 331 (2018) As a central concept in American information privacy law, personally identifiable information (PII) plays a critical role in determining whether a privacy violation has occurred. Under the Video Privacy Protection Act of 1988 (VPPA), PII “includes information which identifies a person as having …

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Issue 1 – January 2018 Economic Protectionism: Irrationally Constitutional

Economic Protectionism: Irrationally Constitutional

Comment by: Joshua Park 45 PEPP. L. REV. 149 (2018) The Constitution is built on the principle that all citizens are created equal. Naturally, we believe that no law should be passed solely for the sake of benefiting one group over another. Yet, governments continue to pass economic regulations that have no purpose other than …

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Issue 3 - April 2019 The [Un]Fair Debt Collection Practices Act: A Critique of Henson v. Santander

The [Un]Fair Debt Collection Practices Act: A Critique of Henson v. Santander

Article by: Monica Paladini 46 PEPP. L. REV. 587 (2019) Congress was clear about its purposes and motivations behind enacting the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act of 1977. Namely, it set out to protect consumers from abusive debt collectors and to protect ethical debt collectors from being competitively disadvantaged by those who employ abusive tactics. …

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