Courts Continue to Find That Unique Device Identifiers Are Not Personally Identifiable Information Under the Video Privacy Protection Act

Courts Continue to Find That Unique Device Identifiers Are Not Personally Identifiable Information Under the Video Privacy Protection Act

Two recent federal district court rulings regarding the Video Privacy Protection Act (VPPA) follow the emerging trend of decisions indicating that courts are reluctant to find violations of the VPPA for sharing anonymous identification markers with third parties (see May 5, 2014 blog post; June 20, 2014 blog post).

Cybersecurity and Privacy Diligence: Incident Response and Business Continuity Planning

By | The D&O Diary | February 17, 2015

In November 2014 – just two weeks after Admiral Michael Rogers, director of the National Security Agency, testified to the House Intelligence Committee that certain nation-state actors had the capability of “infiltrating the networks of industrial-control systems, the electronic brains behind infrastructure like the electrical grid, nuclear power plants, air traffic control and subway systems”…