National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Considers Privacy Implications for New Vehicle-to-Vehicle Technology
The Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (“NHTSA”) announced in 2014 that it would begin steps toward implementing vehicle-to-vehicle (“V2V”) technology with an aim toward decreasing the number of traffic accidents on the nation’s roads.
Did California Just Impose a First-in-the-Nation Requirement for Breaching Companies to Offer Identity Theft Prevention and Mitigation Services?
Spurred by the security breaches at Target, Neiman Marcus, and The Home Depot, California Gov. Jerry Brown signed into law Assembly Bill No. 1710 September 30, 2014.
I have never considered myself to be at the forefront of the newest technology. Those familiar with the Technology Adoption Lifecycle might even classify me as a “laggard.”
It is October. And, while it is time for fall foliage–did you know Pennsylvania has 134 native tree species to New England’s 70?–ghosts, goblins and Halloween, the Federal Trade Commission reminds us that it is also time for National Cyber Security Awareness Month.
Committees of European Parliament Hold Confirmation Hearing for Commissioner-Designate for Justice, Consumers, and Gender Equality
From September 29 to October 7, 2014, parliamentary Committees of the European Parliament (“EP”) will be holding public confirmation hearings with Commissioners-designates with a view to assessing their skills and qualifications ahead of the EP’s vote on October 22 to approve (or reject) the Council’s appointment of the new Commission.
A recent administrative order was issued for Google to “to take the necessary technical and organisational measures to guarantee that their users can decide on their own if and to what extend their data is used for profiling.”
Two recent surveys provide some detailed analysis of cybersecurity and its impact in today’s world.