Tag Archives: Breaches

Georgia Attorney General Chris Carr discusses his thoughts on breaches and federal law

Reed Smith IP, Tech & Data attorneys Divonne Smoyer and Alexis Cocco conducted an in-depth Q&A with Georgia Attorney General Chris Carr. During the Q&A, he discusses why he doesn’t mind that his state doesn’t have mandatory breach notification requirements and what he wants to see in a federal privacy law, should one come to … Continue Reading

Information Rights Tribunal Rules Self Reporting Breaches To ICO Does Not Provide Immunity From Fines

This post was written by Cynthia O’Donoghue. A judgement of the Upper Tribunal of the UK Information Rights Tribunal (the Tribunal), in the case of Central London Community Healthcare Trust v Information Commissioner [2013] UKUT 0551 (AAC), has ruled that organisations which voluntarily report incidents of data security breaches to the ICO do not gain … Continue Reading
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