Following months of uncertainty about the future of the EU-U.S. Safe Harbor Framework, political leaders from
Last week, the Article 29 Data Protection Working Party published a non-binding Opinion on data breach notifications, titled Opinion 03/2014 on Personal Data Breach Notification (the Opinion).
The United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) recently held a meeting to gather information about the growing use of social media and how it impacts the laws the EEOC enforces.
At the end of March, the Brazilian Chamber of Deputies voted in favour of the Marco Civil da Internet (Internet Bill), bringing the ground-breaking legislation one step closer to enactment. The Internet Bill will now progress to the Senate for approval.
Last week, the FCC issued two TCPA rulings that shed further light on whether and under what circumstances an individual can provide “prior express consent”—or convey such consent—for another in the context of automated or prerecorded informational calls or text messages to mobile phones.
Over the next five years in the United States, thousands of drones are expected to be deployed for an array of commercial and governmental purposes.
Movie ticket seller Fandango and financial management service Credit Karma have agreed to settle the Federal Trade Commission’s allegations that the companies misrepresented the security of their mobile apps and failed to secure the transmission of millions of consumers’ sensitive personal information from the apps, the agency announced last week.
Fox Rothschild LLP is excited to announce that Data Breach 411, an iPhone app that delivered a comprehensive resource on state breach notification statutes and related materials, was named one of BigLaw’s best new mobile apps for 2014.