Paul Schwartz quoted by Los Angeles Times, Sept.15, 2017
“All sorts of companies — Google, Facebook — are already in the data-collection business,” said Paul Schwartz. “Now we’re seeing older companies — cable companies, cellular companies — placing a greater emphasis on it.”
Paul Schwartz quoted by Blasting News, March 22, 2017
“One potential problem with this approach where you single out countries is that you ignore the extent to which the terrorist threat is kind of state-less,” he said. “The terrorists have cells throughout the entire world.”
Paul Schwartz and Christopher Hoofnagle quoted by The Guardian, March 21, 2017
Paul Schwartz … noted that the 9/11 hijackers had a cell in Hamburg, Germany. “One potential problem with this approach where you single out countries is that you ignore the extent to which the terrorist threat is kind of state-less,” he said. “The terrorists have cells throughout the entire world.”
Efforts to more broadly restrict laptops on planes would likely face widespread resistance, said Chris Hoofnagle. …. “It’s a massive inconvenience to have to check a laptop, and you can imagine that such a demand is met with resistance by air carriers, who are powerful lobbies.”
Paul Schwartz quoted by Daily Journal (registration required), Jan. 4, 2017
“I don’t know how we can keep up at this pace,” he said. “For those of us who practice and teach in this field, it’s almost scary.”
Paul Schwartz writes for Bloomberg BNA, August 3, 2016
The law now faces the task of clarifying questions about the international reach of a variety of a legal authorities and processes. In so doing, it should maintain a level playing field for U.S. cloud companies who store their data extra-territorially.
Christopher Hoofnagle and Paul Schwartz quoted in The Guardian, July 19, 2016
“California is an ‘all-party consent’ wiretapping state. What that means is, even on things like a conference call, before you record it, you’re supposed to announce to everyone, ‘I’m going to record this call,’” said Chris Hoofnagle. … “There’s civil and criminal liability.”
Paul Schwartz … said Swift could also bring a “tort claim” alleging “public disclosure of private facts.”
Paul Schwartz co-writes for Lexology, May 17, 2016
Because the failure of a target company to meet its privacy and data security obligations can present a significant risk to the acquiring company, compliance with applicable laws should be an important consideration in merger and acquisition transactions.
Paul Schwartz writes for TechCrunch, April 9, 2016
Technology has transformed how we work, communicate and travel. In contrast, modern digital technology has not yet transformed financial services. Open data is the key to change in this sector of the economy.
Paul Schwartz quoted in Law360, March 1, 2016
“While the New York order is not directly binding outside this particular case, it does boost Apple because it undercuts the government’s argument that what is being requested in the San Bernardino case is minimal and unique by showing that these types of requests are being made all over the country,” said Paul Schwartz.
Paul Schwartz interviewed by The Recorder (registration required) Feb. 3, 2016
“If that’s their new model,” Schwartz said, “people are going to have to take this much more seriously.”