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FTC releases “best practices” for mobile privacy

USA - February 12 2013 On February 1, the FTC issued Mobile Privacy Disclosures, Building Trust Through Transparency: A Federal Trade Commission Staff Report, which...

Justin G. Chan.

White House proposes a Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights: will a multi-stakeholder approach to developing enforceable codes of conduct allow the U.S. to preserve internet innovation (and perhaps avoid federal regulation)?

USA - March 1 2012 Can the U.S. build consumer trust and global interoperability without creating restrictive regulations that stifle innovation?...

Katherine Anne Varker.

March 1, 2012 deadline for amending vendor contracts to comply with Massachusetts data security regulations: what all U.S. businesses with customers, clients or employees in Massachusetts must do

USA - February 24 2012 Businesses located anywhere in the United States that store or maintain “personal information” about a Massachusetts resident must comply with the Massachusetts data security regulations issued by the Office of Consumer Affairs and Business Regulation (See 201 CMR 17.01(2), effective March 1, 2010)....

Katherine Anne Varker.

New EU data protection regulations could mean hefty fines for U.S. companies: how you should prepare

USA, European Union - February 13 2012 As business continues to expand globally, the European Union is taking affirmative steps to enhance and consolidate its already strict privacy laws and regulations....

Katherine Anne Varker.

New Jersey’s energy future

USA - July 8 2011 The Christie Administration’s new Energy Master Plan (“Plan”), a blueprint for how New Jersey produces, uses and conserves energy, has attracted plenty of attention, with supporters and critics alike wondering (worrying) about the cost of electric and gas for businesses and homes, the future of the solar industry and whether another nuclear plant will be built....

Jeffrey M. Shapiro, Roger M. Schwarz, John S. Stolz, Robert J. Paradiso, James Stewart.