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Lawsuit Alert: New State Law Affirmative Duty to Safeguard Personal Data

USA - January 2 2019 Now a business that was hacked may be successfully sued under state common law by data subjects whose information was compromised in the crime. For...

Nadia G. Aram.

ICO Warns Prominent US Company to Change Business Model: Paid Subscription versus FREE with Ads

USA, European Union - November 26 2018 A European privacy regulator has spoken on a key facet in its General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) interpretation. The UK’s enforcement office...

Nadia G. Aram.

Ohio Enacts First Cybersecurity Safe Harbor

USA - November 6 2018 Tacking an entirely new direction from other US states, Ohio has decided to offer defensive legal protection to businesses who have built a...

Allen O'Rourke, Alysa M.P. Austin.

New Data Breach Reporting Requirements in Canada

Canada - October 29 2018 Canada now follows the US trend to require reporting of personal data exposures. Beginning November 1, 2018, a change in the law will require...

Taylor Ey, Allen O'Rourke.

Will Corporations Be Required To Become Social Activists?

USA - October 15 2018 The corporate world may be anticipating its biggest change since the SEC Act of 1934. As enormous companies stretch across nations, they are expected...

Philip P. Gura.