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59 results for: privacy and security law
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In a fascinating new development and example of public/private cooperation against cyber issues, Microsoft has added a one-click button...
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Anyone running VSA in connection with their remote company access program is advised to shut down the VSA server immediately.  The...
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Under pressure from many players, Google has announced that it will retain third-party cookie tracking in Chrome until the end of 2023. ...
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The Supreme Court last week upheld a narrow reading of the chief federal computer crimes act used by businesses to punish employees who...
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The class action settlement figure relating to the 2017 data breach at Equifax is winding its way slowly through the courts, but a...
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On Friday, the EU's regulators published long-awaited updates to the region's Standard Contractual Clauses (SCCs).  Among other things,...
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Many businesses have been hoodwinked by hackers who forge new payment instructions and email them to customers for payment.  The customer...
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The president yesterday created two major new cyber initiatives designed to help prevent and recover from attacks on public sector...
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Remote work may have contributed to the weekend ransomware attack on Colonial Pipeline, according to the BBC.  Remote login details that...
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Under draft regulations that may be released as soon as next week, the EU will propose to regulate the use of artificial intelligence for...
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The Attorney General of California last week approved relatively minor changes to the implementing regulations for the CCPA.  The AG also...
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Whether the US will pass federal privacy legislation has been a question for many years, but one that has taken on new significance since...
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The timing of a cyber attack may matter in assessing legal liability: a federal judge in California has dismissed a potential privacy...
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A judge has approved the award of hundreds of millions of dollars to plaintiffs claiming that Facebook's "tag this photo" facial...
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Virginia has, as expected, passed into law its Consumer Data Protection Act (VCDPA), thus becoming the second U.S. state to enact...
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In the face of increasing consumer awareness and regulatory pressure regarding the use of consumer data, the leader in online data...