Topic: Personally identifiable information

What’s New in International Privacy Law? This…

We admit it – the overviews of key international privacy law developments in 2013 from attorneys at BakerHostetler read like dispatches from our bucket list of global travel. Costa Rica, South Africa, Singapore, Peru, Kazakhstan… <Sigh> More importantly, however, they read like a multinational’s guide to complying with personal privacy laws around the world. And… Read more »

With New EU Data Rules to Protect Personal Info, US Companies May Have to Decide Whose Laws to Break

“Article 43a appears to be in reaction to the National Security Administration’s PRISM program, which was recently brought to light by Edward Snowden.” (Gerald Ferguson and Alan Pate of BakerHostetler) Earlier this month, the EU Parliament’s Civil Liberties Committee (LIBE) approved a set of proposed amendments to the EU Data Protection Regulation that could have… Read more »

JD Supra Corporate Brief: Abusive Practices, Illegal Subsidies, Credit Ratings, Patent Trolls, I-9 Data

Long week? Kick back with the JD Supra Corporate Brief. You’ll feel better… The CFPB just took action against a debt collector for “abusive practices.” And the entire debt-collection industry should sit up and take notice (Foley & Lardner) You can relax now: NASDAQ is withdrawing its proposal to require listed companies maintain an internal… Read more »