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Privacy Shield Rejected, GDPR Approved - What This Means to Automotive Organizations

The European Union Article 29 Working Party (Article 29) issued an opinion on the proposed EU-U.S. Privacy Shield framework agreement (Privacy Shield) last month, stating that although the Privacy Shield was a “great step...more

Privacy policy required for contact forms on websites? German Courts in disagreement

Over the last years, a number of German Courts had to decide whether the operator of a website that contains a contact form for the website’s visitors shall be obliged to provide visitors a privacy policy that informs the...more

Privacy Issues to Consider When Developing a Mobile App

Many of the most popular mobile apps collect personally identifiable information. Although most app developers are not required to display a privacy policy under federal law, they are contractually required to do so pursuant...more

Analysis of the FCC’s Proposed Broadband Privacy Regulations

As we highlighted in a post last month, the FCC has proposed sweeping new privacy rules on broadband providers. Since our last post, the FCC has released its proposal in the form of a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking. ...more

The Race to Regulate Autonomous Vehicles is On

While the potential benefits of automated vehicles are receiving well-deserved attention, there is significant uncertainty as to what the regulatory framework will look like for this exciting technology — particularly from an...more

Privacy Shield – Rejected. GDPR – Accepted: What This Means to Your Organization and What You Should Consider Doing Now

The European Union Article 29 Working Party (Article 29) issued an opinion on the proposed EU-U.S. Privacy Shield framework agreement (Privacy Shield) last week, stating that although the Privacy Shield was a “great step...more

US Companies Face Increasing Privacy Challenges in Europe

In two independent and much-anticipated events, separate EU entities took actions which will continue to complicate the ability of US companies to do business in Europe. Privacy Shield Provisions Found Lacking by Working...more

Proposed Changes to the Part 2 Regulations: Another Example of Necessary Flexibility in the Wake of Changes to Health Care...

On February 9, 2016, the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) published a proposed rule to update and modernize the Confidentiality of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Patient Records regulations governing...more

Privacy & Cybersecurity Update - March 2016

In this edition of our Privacy & Cybersecurity Update, we examine the FCC's proposed privacy rules for broadband providers; new developments relating to the Privacy Shield, which was created to replace the U.S.-EU Safe Harbor...more

The Top Three Privacy Takeaways of the New Delaware Online Privacy and Protection Act

Delaware’s New Privacy Policy Requirements - Effective January 1, 2016, Delaware became the second state in the U.S., joining California, to require operators of commercial websites that collect personally...more

Advertising Law - March 2016 #4

FCC Releases Privacy Regime for ISPs - Creating a storm of controversy, the Federal Communications Commission released information about its privacy proposal for Internet service providers. Pursuant to the plan,...more

FCC Adopts NPRM for ISP Privacy at March Open Meeting

Late this afternoon the FCC adopted a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) proposing new rules governing the privacy practices of Internet Service Providers (ISPs) at its monthly open meeting, which was delayed several times...more

Information Security and Privacy Group News: Cybersecurity Conference Essential Take-Aways Government, Industry and Legal...

Representatives of Connecticut businesses and corporations, educational institutions, and state and local government attended Murtha Cullina’s March 2016 Cybersecurity Conference at the Quinnipiac University School of Law....more

Our Global Privacy Officer Answers Data Privacy FAQs

Every company in the world stores data—and much of it is personal information about customers, employees, vendors and other stakeholders. Regardless of size, industry or location, these organizations are obligated to follow a...more

Mobile Health Apps Continue to Make Headlines

Recently published studies are illustrating the types of issues that mobile health application, or “app,” developers will continue to face as the industry matures alongside an evolving regulatory and enforcement landscape....more

Privacy Shield Released - How Employers Can Take Advantage of the New European Data Transfer Framework

Background - The EU Data Protection Directive 95/46/EC (the “Directive”) creates the legal framework for national data-protection laws in each EU member state. The Directive states that personal data may only be...more

Latest German Sausage? Privacy-Wurst by Facebook

Despite not being explicitly mentioned in the Constitution, the Supreme Court has firmly held that a right to privacy for all Americans is found in several amendments to the Constitution, with almost 100 years of case law...more

Top 10 Ways to Protect Your Company’s Data

You know how important data is to your business and you have been hearing about data breaches for more than a decade, but where do you find a simple, straightforward summary of how to protect your company? That is a question...more

Informing Illinois Newsletter - February 2016: Personal Documents Stored on a Government Computer System — Disclosable Under...

Personal Documents Stored on a Government Computer System — Disclosable Under Illinois' FOIA? Not all documents created or stored on a government computer system are subject to disclosure under Illinois' Freedom of...more

Congressional Bill Gives EU Citizens Recourse For Privacy Violations

After clearing the House and Senate, the Judicial Redress Act was sent to President Obama on February 10, 2016, to be signed into law. The Act, which will provide foreign citizens the same judicial redress afforded to U.S....more

Understanding Social Security Number Privacy Policies

Social Security Numbers (“SSN”) were originally established by the Social Security Administration to track earnings and eligibility for Social Security benefits. Because a SSN is a unique personal identifier that rarely...more

Obama Order Establishes Federal Privacy Council

On Tuesday, February 9, 2016, President Obama issued an Executive Order establishing the “Federal Privacy Council,” an interagency council of senior officials from each of 24 federal departments and agencies. The Council is...more

Introducing....The Federal Privacy Council!

In one of the last Executive Orders of his final term, President Obama on Tuesday established the “Federal Privacy Council”—an “interagency forum to improve the Government privacy practices of agencies and entities acting on...more

Latest OCR Enforcement Action: Underbed Storage is Not Appropriate for PHI

Recent enforcement actions by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (“HHS”) Office for Civil Rights (“OCR”) have highlighted that, not surprisingly, Covered Entities should not leave medical records in a...more

Advertising Law - January 2016 #2

Uber Drives Settlement With NY AG Over Data Breach, Privacy Violations - In a pair of settlements, ride-sharing company Uber agreed to pay a $20,000 fine for failing to report a data breach in a timely manner as required...more

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