Surveillance

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Utah Proposal Legislation Would Allow Security Cameras within Assisted Living Rooms

On February 1, 2016, the Utah Legislature's House Health and Human Services Committee debated proposed legislation permitting an assisted living facility resident, or their representative, to install a video or audio...more

U.S. Regulators Disagree On Government Access To Encrypted Information

On January 25, 2016, at the State of the Net Internet Policy Conference in Washington, D.C., Assistant Attorney General Leslie Caldwell from the Department of Justice and Commissioner Terrell McSweeny from the Federal Trade...more

The New E.U.-U.S. Privacy Shield: What You Need To Know

The European Union (E.U.) College of Commissioners has approved an agreement between the E.U. and the United States regarding the transatlantic data flow of E.U. citizens' personal information. Referred to as the E.U.-U.S....more

EU-US Data Transfer Privacy Shield: Political Agreement Achieved Regarding “Safe Harbor 2.0”

Significant uncertainty and concern regarding US companies’ ability to process and use personal data received from the EU has loomed since the October 2015 decision by Europe’s highest court invalidating the EU-US Safe...more

Safe Harbor is dead, long live Safe Harbor!

News broke late February 2, 2016 that the United States and the European Union Commission have agreed upon a revised and updated version of the U.S.-EU Safe Harbor, providing a new framework for transfers of personal data...more

Safe Harbor 2.0 Agreement Reached; New Program to be Named “Privacy Shield”

On February 2, 2016, the European Commission announced that EU and US officials had reached an agreement to implement a program known as the EU-US Privacy Shield. Privacy Shield is designed to be the successor to the Safe...more

Tentative Agreement on New “Privacy Shield” Framework for Transatlantic Data Flows Reached

On February 2, the United States and the European Commission reached tentative agreement on a new framework for the transfer of personal data between the European Union and the United States called the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield....more

US and EU Reach a Deal to Save Safe Harbor

United States and European Union officials have reached a last-minute agreement in an attempt to salvage the US-EU Data Transfer Safe Harbor, nearly four months after the European Court of Justice issued an opinion...more

EU and U.S. Reach Deal on Safe Harbor for Trans-Atlantic Data Transfers

On February 2, 2016, the European Commission announced that the U.S. and European Union have reached a deal on a new Safe Harbor to replace the old Safe Harbor program that was struck down by the European Court of Justice on...more

EU-US Privacy Shield to Replace Safe Harbor

A new personal data transfer agreement was announced on February 3, 2016 between EU and US authorities: the EU-US Privacy Shield will replace the invalidated Safe Harbor programme. Since the landmark decision of the...more

European Commission and United States Agree to New Framework for Transatlantic Data Flows

On Feb. 2, the European Commission and the United States announced an agreement on a new framework for transatlantic data flows. The EU-US Privacy Shield will replace the Safe Harbor framework that was invalidated by the...more

There's Light at the End of the EU Safe Harbor Tunnel, and It's (Probably) Not an Oncoming Train - M&E Alert

It’s been four long and confusing months since the European Court of Justice (“ECJ”) invalidated the EU-US Safe Harbor Framework on which so many companies relied for transferring data out of the EU and Switzerland and,...more

US-EU Agree on Privacy Shield to Replace Invalidated Safe Harbor

On February 2, 2016, it was announced that the United States and the European Union had reached an agreement on a new framework to replace the Safe Harbor that was invalidated back in October. The new framework, called the...more

Commission Press Release and FTC Fact Sheet outlines the new EU-US “Privacy Shield”

The European Commission has issued a press release that gives an outline of some key changes to the EU-US safe harbor, now dubbed the “Privacy Shield.” The new accord still needs to be reviewed by the Article 29 Working...more

EU Commission and United States agree on new framework for transatlantic data flows: EU-US Privacy Shield

What follows below is the EU’s press release regarding the agreement on a replacement for the EU-US Safe Harbor. We are working to get details and will schedule a webinar on the new framework shortly....more

The biggest surveillance and national security event of the year: Super Bowl 50

While you are dipping chips and pulling apart BBQ wings, over 60 federal, state and local law enforcement agencies will be combining their efforts to survey the nearly one million people who will travel to the San Francisco...more

International Employment Law Update: Private Emails on Professional Tools are no Longer Private

In a landmark decision on January 12, 2016, the CEDH (European Court of Human Rights), ruled that employers have the right to read their employees private emails sent during working hours, on condition that this surveillance...more

Employment Law - January 2016 #2

EU Permits Employers to Monitor Private Employee Communications - Why it matters - In a favorable ruling for employers, the European Union's (EU) highest court concluded that an employee's right to privacy was not...more

Spies, Hacking & Civil Liberties in the UK

In late 2015, Theresa May, the UK Home Secretary introduced the Investigatory Powers Bill (the “Bill”). Mrs May stated that the Bill was introduced to ensure that surveillance laws are “modern, fit for purpose and can...more

U.S. Government Challenges Preliminary Injunction On NSA Surveillance Program: Update On Klayman v. Obama

On Monday, January 4, 2016, the U.S. government filed a motion in Klayman v. Obama to vacate the preliminary injunction granted by the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia that limited the National Security...more

Medical Malpractice and Healthcare Quarterly - Winter 2015-2016

DELAWARE MOVES TO MAKE TELEMEDICINE MORE ACCESSIBLE - On July 7, 2015, Governor Jack Markell signed into law House Bill No. 69 (DE LEGIS 80 (2015), 2015 Delaware Laws Ch. 80 (H.B. 69)), which amends various provisions of...more

The Digital Download - Privacy & Data Security Monthly Newsletter - January 2016

Senior Counsel Peter Swire to Debate European Privacy Activist Max Schrems. The debate, set to take place on January 26 in Brussels, will highlight key differences between certain European and U.S. attitudes towards U.S....more

Intrusive Surveillance Technologies next on the agenda for the EDPS

In an Opinion and press release issued 15 December 2015, the European Data Protection Supervisor (EDPS), Giovanni Buttarelli, urged caution over the trade and use of covert monitoring technologies. The Opinion focussed on...more

Nutter Bank Report, December 2015

The Nutter Bank Report is a monthly publication of the firm's Banking and Financial Services Group. Headlines - 1. Interagency Guidance Recommends Banks Review CRE Risk Management Strategies 2. Federal Reserve...more

Back-Door Access to Encrypted Communications: Weakening Security to Improve Security?

Last month’s terror attacks in Paris have re-ignited the long-standing debate between national security and privacy advocates over whether technology companies should be required to provide the government special access to...more

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