The Supreme Court recently issued an opinion concerning the requirements for Article III standing for statutory violations under the Stored Communications Act (SCA). In Frank v. Gaos, the Supreme Court in a per curiam decision remanded a class action settlement because there remained a standing issue in light of Spokeo v. Robins. While the Supreme Court did not express an opinion about how this issue should be decided, its ruling signals the Court’s direction to carefully examine Article III standing for mere statutory violations. The class action Complaint in Frank alleged that when [...] Read more
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