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Part Two: Abandoned Mines and Data Retention Policies

As discussed in Tuesday’s post, in addition to taking reasonable precautions to secure data, companies should consider whether they have an affirmative duty to destroy data in the United States – to clear the explosives out...more

Abandoned Mines and Data Retention Policies: Time to Clear the Explosives Out of the Shed

Visit the remains of a nineteenth century gold mine and you may find, far away from the main camp, a lonely little shack. It may be surrounded by trees, or tucked into the crook of a hillside, but it has a distinctly...more

Caveat Emptor in the Information Age?

Commercial litigator Brooks Gresham and products liability litigator Trent Taylor bring us some timely thoughts about reliance from a recent decision by the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California in a...more

What Privacy Counsel Can Learn from the Unclassified Intelligence Report on Russian Activities and Intentions

Civilian privacy officers and counsel have a rare opportunity following the publication of the January 6, 2017 report from the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, commissioned by Former President Obama, regarding...more

House Sends Email Privacy Act Amendments to Senate

On April 29, 2016, in a 419-0 vote, the U.S. House of Representatives passed a bill to amend the 30-year-old Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986 (ECPA) to eliminate an exception to the government warrant requirement...more

Bombshell OIG Report a Reminder to Vigilantly Protect Confidential Information

The U.S. Secret Service’s most recent scandal spectacularly illustrates the need to enforce restrictions on access to databases housing confidential information. According to a September 25, 2015, report from the Office of...more

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