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Daily Dashboard | LeBlanc heads to Cooley, Lamont to CCIA Related reading: Tech talk: Deidentification versus anonymization




Travis LeBlanc, former Federal Communications Commission chief of the Enforcement Bureau, will join Cooley as a partner in the firm's cyber, data, privacy and telecommunications practice, according to a news release. Mike Attanasio, chair of Cooley's global litigation department, said, "Travis brings us a wealth of policy, regulatory and litigation experience involving all facets of data and privacy issues." Meanwhile, the Computer & Communications Industry Association has named Keir Lamont, CIPP/US, as counsel for privacy, security and emerging technology. Separately, Matt Blaze, a renowned cryptographer, is joining Georgetown Law as a computer science and law professor. 
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