California Makes Major Chances to Online Privacy Laws: New Era Inside and Out of the Golden State?

By | LXBN | October 4, 2013
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California has long had one of the more progressive online privacy laws in the country—and one that many states have looked to in adjusting and implementing their own. So when California governor signed into law two major changes to the law, one pertaining to “do not track” disclosures  and the other on data breach notifications, the privacy law world took notice. Joining LXBN TV to explain the laws and their potential impact is Los Angeles attorney Tanya Forsheit, Founding Partner at InfoLawGroup

Hunton Hosts Department of Commerce Data Privacy Speakers

By | LXBN | October 4, 2013
Hunton Hosts Department of Commerce Data Privacy Speakers

On September 30, 2013, Hunton & Williams LLP hosted representatives from the U.S. Department of Commerce for a timely discussion of the Safe Harbor Framework, the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (“APEC”) Cross-Border Privacy Rules System (“CBPRs”), and the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (“TTIP”) negotiations. The panel also addressed the development of privacy codes of conduct and privacy legislation being developed by the Department of Commerce.