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Utah AG and FTC Associate Director discuss emerging regulatory and enforcement trends at Reed Smith

The International Association of Privacy Professionals and Reed Smith’s Washington, D.C. office co-hosted the Association’s KnowledgeNet Chapter meeting, “Key Federal and State Regulatory and Enforcement Trends in Privacy to Watch in 2018 – Direct from the Regulators” on February 27, 2018. Reed Smith partner Divonne Smoyer moderated a panel discussion featuring Utah Attorney General Sean … Continue Reading

Q&A with Massachusetts AG Maura Healey

Attorney General Maura Healey of Massachusetts has held her office since January 2015. Massachusetts has established itself as being on the cutting edge of data privacy regulations that call for robust written information security program and computer system requirements, and the attorney general’s office continues to be on the forefront of enforcement since its security … Continue Reading

Illinois AG Proposes Changes to State Law Regarding Personal Information and Data Breach Notification

Reed Smith and the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) have teamed up again for IAPP’s Privacy Advisor series highlighting state attorneys general and their interest in privacy and data security. In last week’s newsletter, the Privacy Advisor focused on the work of Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan, who has been active in this area … Continue Reading

Big Data Goes to Princeton for Inaugural Meeting of IAPP’s New Jersey KnowledgeNet

The International Association of Privacy Professionals hosted its first KnowledgeNet in New Jersey December 6, 2012, at the Princeton offices of Reed Smith. Reed Smith attorneys Mark Melodia and Paul Bond presented a seminar on “Understanding and Defending Big Data” to the gathering of dozens of privacy attorneys and privacy compliance professionals from around the … Continue Reading

How to Craft Plain Language Privacy Notices and What Constitutes “Material Change”

This post was written by Christopher G. Cwalina. Privacy policies have been reviled for their incomprehensibility; regulators are calling for clearer disclosures, and, increasingly, statutes require that privacy notices be written in plain language. In this program, our seasoned panelists—including a plain-language expert—will use real-world examples to help you craft a clear and consumer-friendly privacy … Continue Reading
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