Date Topic Info Typesort descending Description
04/08/2016 TACD issues policy paper opposing Privacy Shield News

An organization of consumer groups, Trans-Atlantic Consumer Dialog (TACD), has issued a policy paper opposing Privacy Shield.

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01/11/2017 European Union proposing new privacy rules for electronic communications News

Link to announcement: http://europa.eu/rapid/press-release_IP-17-16_en.htm

Summary of proposal attached.

08/05/2015 Markey, Senate Democrates call for "Do Not Disturb" technology to block telemarketing and unwanted robocalls News

Today, Senator Markey (D-Mass.) and seven Senate Democrats urged the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to help consumers block unwanted telemarketing calls on both landline and wireless phones.  In a letter sent today to the FCC, the Senator

07/02/2015 Delaware joins California in adopting student privacy rules News

Delaware legislature clears student privacy measures. Brief summary attached.

09/13/2016 Viacom, others reach deal after NY AG child privacy probe News

Viacom, Mattel, Hasbro, and JumpStart have agreed to fines and penalties and to implement reforms after an investigation revealed that their websites aimed at children permitted illegal tracking of online activity.

05/19/2017 Revised draft language of China's data localization measure News

Link to text: http://www.hldataprotection.com/2017/05/articles/international-eu-privacy/chinas-rev

05/08/2015 BakerHostetler releases inaugural Security Incident Response Report News

Law firm BakerHostetler releases its first Security Incident Response Report

06/12/2017 Delay in Canadian Anti-Spam Legislation private right of action a common sense decision Press Release

The Canadian government's decisioin to delay the private right of action under CASL is a common sense result. 

Press release attached.

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