While the rules are complex, a safe harbor provision makes compliance simpler by allowing companies to adopt existing standards, explains attorney David Tashroudian.
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By altering the terms of service, Internet companies can ensure users' right to challenge requests for their data, explain Ron Dolin of UC-Hastings and Nancy Situ.
The FTC signals it's about to ramp up enforcement in an effort to encourage the industry to take privacy seriously, explain Ropes & Gray attorneys.
The prevalence of BYODs in the workplace signals a need for companies to revise their monitoring policies, explains Stephen Wu of Cooke Kobrick & Wu.
Companies are still learning how to utilize the data they collect without violating consumer privacy, says the Gibson Dunn partner.
The Santa Clara University School of Law professor says the government is the real enemy of consumer privacy.
Decades-old principles are influencing privacy reform on Capitol Hill, explains Snell & Wilmer's Timothy Toohey.
A recent California attorney general's action and COPPA amendments foreshadow a new front of enforcement, explain Farella Braun & Martel attorneys.
Forensics and e-discovery are useful tools in litigation, but each serves its own purpose, explains Kris Haworth of The Forensics Group.
Under California law, companies are required to comply with notification requirements when personal information is breached, explain Atkinson Andelson attorneys.
With millions turning to Facebook, Twitter and the like, Baker & McKenzie attorneys offer tips for global employers struggling to establish effective policies and comply with varying regulations.
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