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Privacy Bar attendees meet George Jepsen
“Call me soft-hearted, but my definition of harm goes well beyond the purely financial.” Such was the kind of candid talk elicited from Connecticut Attorney General George Jepsen as part of a wide-ranging keynote conversation Friday at the second-annual IAPP Privacy Bar Section Forum in Washington....
Global News Roundup — April 17 - 24, 2017
India’s attorney general says the government is mulling over a comprehensive data protection law expected to be released by August. Australia’s metadata-retention law has hit the end of its implementation period with critics continuing to say it misses the point. In the U.S., at least 10 states are ...
Va. updates breach notification law for payroll data
Virginia recently updated its data breach notification law to require notification when payroll data is compromised, HealthITSecurity reports. The amendment applies to employers or payroll service providers when there is unauthorized access and personal information is acquired, including unencrypted...
Edelson announces three new privacy lawsuits
If you ask Jay Edelson, he'll tell you things are about to get significantly better for class-action litigants on the plaintiffs' side. He sees a shift in the way courts are willing or not willing to handle settlements. He's feeling good enough about the future of such cases, in fact, that he announ...
New Mexico governor inks data breach notification law
The state of New Mexico has joined 47 other U.S. states in enacting a data breach notification law, after Gov. Susan Martinez signed the legislation earlier this month, BankInfoSecurity reports. Martinez signed the bill April 6, a little more than three weeks after the state legislature passed the m...