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Maine’s Act to Protect the Privacy of Online Consumer Information

USA - June 20 2019 Since the passage of the California Consumer Privacy Act (Cal. Civ. Code 1798.100 et seq.) (“CCPA”), several states are following in California’s...

Gabrielle Whitehall, Colleen Theresa Brown.

Ohio Law Recognizes Safe Harbor in Data Breach Litigation

USA - November 1 2018 Companies with robust cybersecurity programs may still be vulnerable to attack. A new, first-of-its-kind law in Ohio now recognizes this fact. On...

Alan Charles Raul, Colleen Theresa Brown.

Protection of Privilege in the Aftermath of a Data Breach

USA - January 25 2018 On Jan. 3, the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit issued a decision that effectively required a company to turn over materials...

Elizabeth MacGill, Geeta Malhotra.

Privacy and Cybersecurity Top 10 for 2018

USA, European Union - January 2 2018 This past year was marked by ever more significant data breaches, growing cybersecurity regulatory requirements at the state and federal levels, and...

Alan Charles Raul, Cameron F. Kerry, Wim Nauwelaerts, Christopher Fonzone, Isvari Mohan, Gabrielle Whitehall, Colleen Theresa Brown, Edward R. McNicholas.

FTC Uber Settlement Mandates a Comprehensive Privacy Program, Sheds Light on “Reasonable Data Security” Expectations, and Underscores Importance of Insider Threat Prevention

USA - August 23 2017 On August 15, the FTC announced that it had reached an agreement with Uber to settle allegations that the company had made deceptive claims about its...

Alan Charles Raul, Frances E. Faircloth, Dean C. Forbes.