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Court Holds that Privacy Violations Allegations Are Not Covered

A federal court in Washington recently issued an unpublished decision affirming that a common policy exclusion protects insurers from having to provide coverage in certain cases of alleged privacy violations. The same court issued a similar order earlier this year.

Posted in Insurance, Privacy, Video Privacy Protection Act

No Coverage for Alleged Violation of the Video Privacy Protection Act

A recent unpublished decision from the Western District of Washington provides yet another example of a court endorsing limits on general commercial insurer responsibility in the area of consumer privacy violations. In Nat’l Union Fire Ins. Co. of Pittsburgh, PA

Posted in Video Privacy Protection Act
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