Cybersecurity has been a hot button issue for quite a while, but the U.S. Department of Justice ratcheted things up last week when it announced the indictment of five Chinese military officers for hacking into U.S. companies’ computers to steal trade secrets and other sensitive business information.
Over the last decade, smart phones, laptops, and tablets have become essential components for a successful business model. Many business leaders correlate increased mobile connectivity with increased productivity.
The CJEU’s judgment against Google has been hailed as a “Landmark Ruling“. I agree that this judgment is a landmark ruling – however, not for the reason everyone else is making it out to be.
The Court of Justice for the European Union (“CJEU”) issued a judgment in the case Google v. AEPD which has garnered a significant amount of attention.
On May 14, a judge in the Northern District of California granted in part and dismissed in part four motions to dismiss filed by defendants in the consolidated class action, Opperman v. Path (No. 3:13-CV-00453-JST).
The quartet of states without data breach notification statutes was reduced to a trio last month when Kentucky became the 47th state to enact a notification requirement.
The EU’s Article 29 Working Party has adopted an Opinion on Anonymisation Techniques (Opinion 05/2014).
This week, California Attorney General (AG) Kamala Harris released a series of recommendations designed to help businesses make their privacy policies meaningful to consumers: Making Your Privacy Practices Public.