As New York continues the process of reopening and individuals, families, and businesses, as well as the courts, adjust to the “new normal” of living in a world still fighting the coronavirus, internet- and technology-related privacy and security issues are at the top of many lawyers’ and corporate executives’ minds.

Certainly privacy and security breach legislation, litigation, and actions taken by companies in response are not new. Indeed, this year’s sea change to work-from-home in reaction to the COVID-19 pandemic helped to emphasize—and to exacerbate—many well-known privacy and security issues.

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