By Cassandre Coyer | March 30, 2023
Under the CCPA, it's clear that what happens in California doesn't stay in California. A new report from Akin shows that companies reporting data breaches are increasingly at risk of CCPA enforcement action or litigation.
By Cassandre Coyer | March 22, 2023
"Ultimately, anything you do in place to reduce that volume … means less data," Jon Monheit, Lead eDiscovery Program Manager at Microsoft said at a Wednesday Legalweek 2023 session. He added, "And that's a security advantage. It's also a privacy advantage."
By Cassandre Coyer | March 17, 2023
For now, many lawyers in the UK are closely following the progress of the Online Safety Bill as it could significantly transform the tech industry. But down the road, the legal sector might not be entirely immune to the bill's impact either.
By Isha Marathe | March 10, 2023
As companies' data volumes grow, Jon Monheit, the lead e-discovery program manager at Microsoft, discusses how to manage increasingly complex privacy and e-discovery responsibilities.
By Cassandre Coyer | February 23, 2023
While 2023 will likely keep compliance teams busy with several data privacy laws about to go into effect, new trends coming from courts are also likely to influence companies' compliance plans.
By Cassandre Coyer | February 16, 2023
While companies running tracking technologies such as Meta Pixel on their sites have often relied on their privacy notices as defense in the past, such a strategy is starting to prove obsolete.
By Cassandre Coyer | February 15, 2023
"You actually have no assurance at any point that you can trust it," warned David Carvalho, co-founder and CEO of Naoris Protocol.
By Cassandre Coyer | February 1, 2023
For now, ChatGPT users aren't given the option to consent to the use of their personal information, nor the opportunity to delete that data.
By Cassandre Coyer | January 30, 2023
While some e-discovery providers welcome a one-size-fits-all approach to cloud cybersecurity standards at the local and state level, some roadblocks are slowing down further StateRAMP adoption.
By Cassandre Coyer | January 24, 2023
An investigation into SCOTUS's IT policies found that it is "too easy to remove sensitive information from the building and the court's IT networks." Such a problem, however, isn't just limited to the nation's highest court.
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