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President Obama Signs The Judicial Redress Act (H.R.1428/S.1600)
As part of implementing the EU-US Privacy Shield, on February 24, 2016, President Obama signed the Judicial Redress Act (H.R.1428/S.1600).
United States
9 Mar 2016
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The European Court Of Justice Invalidates Safe Harbor
The European Court of Justice has just issued a decision (ECJ 6 October 2015 Case C-362/14, Maximillian Schrems v. Data Protection Commissioner) that invalidates the so-called US-EU "Safe Harbor" system.
European Union
13 Oct 2015
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What Is Reasonable? The Emerging Legalities Of Cybersecurity Post-Wyndham
This month's edition of the Advanced Cyber Security Center's newletter includes my discussion of lessons to be learned from the Wyndham decision:...
United States
8 Oct 2015
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DOJ Takes New Tack On Hospital Recoupments: Implantable Cardiac Defibrillators
The U.S. Department of Justice has sent emails to hospitals across the country regarding implantable cardioverter defibrillators.
United States
7 Sep 2012
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Judicial Privacy And Deliberations Protected By Massachusetts High Court Decision
In a case that has received wide attention, the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court has issued a decision barring ethics investigators from asking a Masaschusetts judge how he reached individual decisions during his 21 years on the bench.
United States
15 Aug 2012
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FTC Counters Constitutional Challenge To Fair Credit Reporting Act
The Federal Trade Commission has joined the Department of Justice and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau in filing a memorandum in support of the constitutionality of the Fair Credit Reporting Act.
United States
17 May 2012
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Stanford Law Review's Privacy Symposium
The Stanford Law Review has an interesting series of articles on privacy in its most recent edition:
United States
26 Apr 2012
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Pulling Out Your Hair Over Wrongfully Disclosed Records?
A recent Massachusetts case shows that even prisoners have a right to privacy in their medical records. In this case, "Alexander v. Clark", Suffolk Superior Court, Civil Action No. 0905456-H 28 Mass. L. Rptr. No. 14, 291 (May 30, 2011), the court sided with the claim of a prisoner that her health information had been wrongfully disclosed.
United States
8 Sep 2011
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Analysis Of The Supreme Court's Decision Striking Down Vermont Pharmaceutical "Data Mining" Law
As promised in our earlier entry, here is our detailed discussion of the Supreme Court's decision in Sorrell v IMS Health, Inc.,written by Colin J. Zick, Pat A. Cerundolo, Tad Heuer.
United States
29 Jun 2011
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United States Supreme Court Strikes Down Vermont Pharmaceutical "Data Mining" Law
On Thursday, June 23, the United States Supreme Court voted 6-3 to strike down a Vermont statute that sought to impose significant restrictions on pharmaceutical detailing and "data mining" activities.
United States
29 Jun 2011
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Consumer Class Action Filed Against Sony For Data Breach
On May 5, a consumer class action was filed against Sony, relating to the data breaches in its Sony PlayStation and related services.
United States
10 May 2011
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FTC Gives Businesses Until May 1, 2009 To Adopt Identity Theft Prevention Plans That Comply With Recent FTC "Red Flags" Regulations
On Wednesday, October 22, 2008, the Federal Trade Commission issued an Enforcement Policy Statement that it will delay some elements of enforcement of recent "Red Flags" regulations until May 1, 2009, instead of the original November 1, 2008 date.
United States
10 Nov 2008
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