Topic: Data Protection

JD Supra Corporate Brief: Unsigned Agreements, Data Protection, Consumer Products, George Costanza

Go on – shake it up a little. Read the JD Supra Corporate Brief from the bottom up: Everything you always wanted to know about data protection laws of the world: a 365-page handbook (DLA Piper) Should the average business give a .crap about the new generic Top Level Domains? (Field Law) “A signature is… Read more »

JD Supra Corporate Brief: Cyber Risk Insurance, UK Bribery Act, 3D Printing Battles, Undercover FBI Operation

No, you’re not dreaming: the new JD Supra Corporate Brief really is here. On the market for cyber risk insurance? This update will help (Sherman & Howard) The UK government is considering changes to the UK bribery act that would decriminalize facilitation payments for small and medium businesses (Pillsbury) A new set of US Iran… Read more »

JD Supra Corporate Brief: Data Privacy, Tax Reform, Resume Lies, Patent Trolls

Better pack your umbrella today – it’s raining law news! To ITC, or not to ITC … that is the patent infringement question… (DLA Piper) California’s first data privacy violation lawsuit was definitively not cleared for takeoff… (Mintz Levin) What’s the outlook for comprehensive corporate tax reform? (BakerHostetler) A recent study found that 53% of… Read more »

Feds Implement New Identity Theft Rules for Banks and Investment Advisers – A JD Supra Q&A

“… the written identity theft program [must] be designed to detect, prevent and mitigate identity theft in connection with certain existing accounts or the opening of new accounts.” (Katten Muchin Rosenman) On May 20, 2013, identity theft red flag rules developed by the Securities and Exchange Commission and the Commodities Futures Trading Commission went into… Read more »

Massachusetts Tells Retailers Who Collect Customer ZIP Codes to… “Zip It.”

“’May I have your zip code?’ is an all-too-familiar question that may be going the way of the dinosaur in Massachusetts.” (Mintz Levin) On March 11, 2013, Massachusetts became the second state in the union after California to prohibit retailers from collecting customer ZIP codes when processing purchases via credit card. The background, from attorneys… Read more »

Cybersecurity and Data Protection in Europe: Latest Need-to-Know

“The European Network and Information Security Agency’s recent report on the cyber threat landscape highlights the vulnerability of network information system technologies, such as cloud computing and associated big data sets, where the concentration of vast amounts of data in few logical locations makes it an attractive target for cyber threat agents.” Do business in… Read more »