Tag Archives: Personally Identifiable Information (PII)

California Governor Signs ‘Do Not Track’ Disclosure Requirement; Commercial Website and Mobile App Operators Required To Disclose Whether They Honor DNT Requests

This post was also written by Joshua B. Marker and Katrina M. Kershner. We previously noted that the California legislature had recently passed and sent to the governor’s desk a number of different data privacy bills this term. This past Friday, California Governor Jerry Brown signed into law one of those bills, AB 370 – legislation that … Continue Reading

Privacy: A Washington Tale of Two Reports

This post was also written by Chris Cwalina and Amy Mushahwar. We’ve been busy here in Washington with two seminal privacy reports released within a span of two weeks.  At Reed Smith, our interdisciplinary team of former government officials, former in-house attorneys, class action litigators and engineers (in the US and internationally) are reviewing the releases … Continue Reading

FTC Releases Privacy Report

This post was also written by Christopher G. Cwalina, Amy S. Mushahwar, and Frederick Lah. On December 1, 2010 the FTC released its long-awaited Protecting Consumer Privacy in an Era of Rapid Change. This 123-page preliminary staff report proposes a sea change in US privacy law. The FTC is accepting comments on this report until January … Continue Reading
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