In recent months, the Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) has been steadily ramping up its efforts to monitor, regulate, and provide best practice guidance in the rapidly expanding field of mobile applications
Bray District Court, yesterday, fined a firm of private investigators, and its two directors, €10,500 for unlawfully obtaining personal data.
The Office of the Data Protection Commissioner (ODPC) recently released the results of the second Global Privacy Sweep.
This week marks the second week of National Cyber Security Awareness Month, a week that focuses on the Secure Development of IT Products, so it seems only appropriate to discuss security and The Internet of Things and a recent panel discussion on privacy and IoT.
A demand letter reminded Google of its corporate motto “Don’t be evil,” alleged that Google is making “millions and profiting from the victimization of women,” and that “it is time that Google owns up to its conduct and remedies this gross violation of law, ethics, moral and basic privacy rights.”
NIST RFI to Solicit Feedback On Cybersecurity Framework Closing: Good Opportunity to Assess Suggestions and Concerns
On Friday, October 10th, an opportunity to submit comments on a Request for Information concerning awareness and implementation of the “Framework for Improving Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity” closes.
The security breach news cycle continues. There remains a deluge of news stories about point-of-sale terminals being compromised, the ease of magnetic stripes being cloned, and the need for Chip and PIN technology being deployed on credit cards.
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) recently submitted comments to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) in which it reminded broadband Internet service providers that they are subject to several data privacy and security laws enforced by the FTC.
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.