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International Data Protection Update – First Quarter 2021

This quarterly update highlights some of the international data protection issues that have caught our attention, and the attention of our clients, in the past three months. Europe, the Middle East and Africa Cookies and Tracking Technologies – On March 31, 2021, the revised guidelines on cookies and trackers from the French data protection authority, … Continue Reading

Deeper Dive: Vendor Management Crucial for Data Protection

In our 2017 Data Security Incident Response Report, we found that of the 450+ incidents we worked on last year, network attacks that succeeded due to vendor wrongdoing were significantly more common (15 percent) than those due to employee wrongdoing (9 percent). Vendors were also found to be the cause of technical and security failures and … Continue Reading

Deeper Dive: Security Is a Big Deal for Big Data

In the rapidly expanding landscape of Internet-based data analytic services, companies across all industries with a significant online presence have faced or will face a data breach resulting from their collection and use of Big Data. As more consumer information is digitized and collected by companies for data analytics, the potential for cyberattacks also increases. … Continue Reading

New Jersey Judge Certifies TCPA Junk Fax Class

Authored by: Julian Perlman Editor’s Note: This post is a joint submission with BakerHostetler’s Class Action Lawsuit Defense blog. In a significant decision for companies that engage in electronic marketing, a New Jersey federal judge certified a 23(b)(3) class claiming violations of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (“TCPA”; 47 U.S.C. § 227(b)(1)(C)). In A&L Industries Inc. v. … Continue Reading

Legal concepts every social media marketer should know: Part II — Rules of the road for online advertising

Editor’s Note: This blog post was originally published on August 26, 2013, courtesy of iMedia Connection’s Blog. It is repurposed with permission. This post is co-authored by Alan M. Pate. As long as we have sold stuff, we’ve used images or stories to help sell them. As Calvin Coolidge of all people once said in … Continue Reading

Legal concepts every social media marketer should know: Part I — Consumer privacy

Editor’s Note: This blog post was originally published on August 12, 2013, courtesy of iMedia Connection’s Blog. It is repurposed with permission. This post is co-authored by Alan M. Pate. There are three things a social media website operator or digital marketer probably hates to hear most before  launching an online ad campaign: 1. Can you make … Continue Reading

Court Denies Motion for Class Certification in Hannaford

Editor’s note: This is a cross-blog post with BakerHostetler’s Class Action Lawsuit Defense blog.  For the latest class action defense updates, visit www.ClassActionLawsuitDefense.com. In an order surely to reverberate with both the plaintiffs’ and defense bar, on March 20, 2013, Judge D. Brock Hornby of the United States District Court for the District of Maine … Continue Reading
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