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Biometric Information Privacy Laws

Biometric Information Privacy Laws By Alan S. Wernick, Esq. ( Bio of Alan S. Wernick ) As biometric data use in society becomes more ubiquitous, so have the statutory and judicial responses concerning their use and the related privacy and contract law issues. To minimize...


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Recap of ILTACON Data Privacy Sessions

Now that I’ve finally (mostly) cleared out my inbox post-ILTACON, I have a few minutes to ruminate on the two data privacy sessions I attended. Tuesday’s session, titled Data Privacy: Everyone’s Getting In On It , featured Michelle Merola as the moderator and panelists Lauren Doerries,...

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Keeping Up With Privacy Legislation

Keeping up with new privacy legislation can amount to a full-time job. Last year we held our collective breath as we waited for the impact of GDPR. Since then we’ve seen the passage of the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), the Massachusetts data protection law, major tech companies...

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A Worldwide Law: The EU, the GDPR and You by Dan Anderson

“In December of 2015, the European Union (EU) voted to implement the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in place of the Data Protection Directive (DPD)” to provide… better control of personal data. This article addresses five important changes under the GDPR and provides recommended steps...



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Peer to Peer - October 2015 - You Can Discover What on My Device?!

"The sophistication of mobile technology and the types of data stored on mobile devices continue to evolve, raising new issues in the e-discovery process." By: John Burchfield #ApplicationInterfacesandDeployment #Mobility #edisclosure #evidence #privacy ...


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2015 (October) Peer to Peer - Our Mobile Workforce

Dolly Parton could not have foreseen how “always on” our professional workforce would become when she penned “Workin’ 9:00 to 5:00; what a way to make a livin’.” It’s likely that many of us are reviewing our email backlog as we “stumble to the kitchen;” and we will be monitoring a Twitter feed,...


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But Wait… There’s More LegalSEC Summit 2015 - Day 1 Recap

The 2015 LegalSEC Summit started at a fast pace with tweets about great content, well-attended sessions and lots to learn. Because not everyone can attend and even those attending cannot be everywhere at once, I am highlighting a few of the great moments from Day 1. Before sessions wrapped up...

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