Brad Walz

Brad Walz

Winthrop & Weinstine, P.A.

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Privacy Compliance = Transparency

Do you think that asking for a person’s zip code could ever result in a privacy violation? If your answer is no and you are collecting information from a resident of the District of Columbia, think again....more

6/27/2013 - Compliance Data Collection Data Protection Personally Identifiable Information ZIP Codes

The Data Breach Lawsuit Powder Keg

Most data breaches occur because companies fail to implement adequate safeguards to protect personal identifiable information, and data breaches are growing in scope and sophistication. A study by NetDiligence concluded that...more

2/28/2013 - Data Breach Data Protection Identity Theft Personally Identifiable Information

Blinded by the Light: Privacy in 2013

More and more companies are experiencing the affects of a data security incident. Whether that incident involves an unauthorized disclosure of personal identifiable information or merely the collection of information,...more

12/27/2012 - Data Protection Personally Identifiable Information Transparency

FTC’s New Rules for Advertising Mobile Apps

The Federal Trade Commission has published a guidelines for advertising mobile applications. In general, the guidelines incorporate the FTC’s policies on truthful advertising and data privacy. On the advertising side, if you...more

11/15/2012 - Advertising FTC Mobile Apps Personally Identifiable Information

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