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Four months until the GDPR: Which EU countries have already implemented local GDPR laws? Is there anything relevant in these laws?

European Union - January 29 2018 The GDPR will eventually be in effect on May 25, 2018. The GDPR will mostly harmonize data protection law throughout the EU. However, the...

Andreas Splittgerber, Friederike Detmering, Cynthia O’Donoghue.

In Spokeo v. Robins, The United States Supreme Court Articulates a Need for ‘Concrete’ Injury To Sue in Federal Court

USA - May 17 2016 The federal judiciary derives its power from Article III of the United States Constitution. That power is limited to deciding “Cases” and...

Michael O'Neil, Paul Bond.

Following its Settlement with Wyndham, the FTC Launches Wide Scale Inquiry Into PCI Compliance Audits

USA - March 15 2016 In December 2015, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) settled a drawn-out civil action it brought against Wyndham Worldwide Corporation (Wyndham) for...

Data breaches are not academic: colleges and universities should take appropriate steps to avoid or at least minimize their exposure

USA - October 12 2015 Data breaches at colleges and universities are on the rise. These institutions are targets because their networks have access to a large amount of...

Cristina M. Shea, Christine Nielsen Czuprynski, David E. Weiss, Matthew D. Rosso.

Financial institutions make history in Target MDL, first class action certified in federal court to litigate security breach issues

USA - September 18 2015 Before September 15, 2015, no federal court had certified a class action to litigate security breach claims. But now U.S. District Court Judge Paul A...

Paul Bond.