On January 27, the European Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA), an official agency of the European Union (EU), released its report on Access to Data Protection Remedies in EU Member States.
On February 6, the Department of Commerce’s National Telecommunications and Internet Administration (“NTIA”) hosted the first of eight planned multi-stakeholder meetings aimed at creating a voluntary code of conduct to address the growing commercial and government use of facial recognition technology.
On February 3,the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) announced a settlement with GMR Transcription Services following the public exposure of thousands of medical transcript files containing personal medical information.
On a snowy Sixth Avenue this week, thousands of people packed the New York Hilton Midtown for the sensory overload that is LegalTech New York (#LTNY), the annual E-Discovery, privacy, and information governance bash.
As an increasing number of employers use social media to screen prospective employees and to monitor the activities of current employees, several states have enacted social media privacy laws, including Arkansas, California, Colorado, Illinois, Maryland, Michigan, Nevada, New Jersey, New Mexico, Utah and Washington. Oregon joins those states in 2014.
If you have tuned into the news over the last few months, you are likely aware that several major corporations—including one of the nation’s largest retail chains—have suffered data breaches.
I was a recent guest on the Content Marketing Podcast with Resonance Content Marketing’s Rachel Parker. It is always entertaining and refreshing to visit with the people in the trenches and find out what is on their mind. We covered privacy, intellectual property, employee relations, and much more. You should listen to the whole thing, but the interview starts at 6:56.