Tag Archives: data privacy

Baker Hostetler Data Breach Emergency Response Team Launches Data Breach Hotline

After you learn of a potential data breach, the clock is ticking and potential liabilities are mounting. Quickly identifying the right team to guide your company through the complexities of the response is paramount. Baker Hostetler’s Privacy, Security & Social Media Emergency Response Team has launched a dedicated hotline so it can be reached at … Continue Reading

Focus on Behavioral Advertising, Part 2

Last week we reviewed recent tracking litigation.  As part of our ongoing focus on behavioral advertising, below is a summary of recent developments regarding Do Not Track legislation, industry self-regulatory efforts in the United States and abroad, and the FTC’s plan to update its Dot Com Disclosures guidelines.    FTC Commissioner J. Thomas Rosch, concerned with … Continue Reading

California Social Networking Privacy Act Stalls

California SB 242 (Social Networking Privacy Act), which we covered here, would require social networking websites to design default privacy settings that prevent information about a user from being displayed without affirmative consent from the user.  On May 27, 2011, the bill failed to receive enough votes to pass the California Senate.      The bill faced … Continue Reading

Kerry & McCain Release Commercial Privacy Bill of Rights

Senators John Kerry and John McCain introduced the Commercial Privacy Bill of Rights at a press conference today.  The stated purpose of the bill is to “establish rights to protect every American when it comes to the collection, use, and dissemination of their personally identifiable information (PII).”  According to a summary of the bill released by … Continue Reading

Catching Up on Cloud Computing

 If you are considering cloud computing and need to address related data privacy concerns, the articles discussed below provide an explanation of how cloud computing actually works to help you with your analysis.  The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) recently revised its definition of cloud computing: “Cloud computing is a model for enabling … Continue Reading
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