Tag Archives: Privacy

A Modern Approach to Cybersecurity & Privacy in the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement

As was noted in a companion blog by my colleague Jen Sanford, the new U.S.-Mexico-Canada-Agreement (USMCA) covers a wide range of trade issues between these nations.  We are particularly… Read more detail on Recent Corporate Law Department posts – Justia … Continue reading

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Privacy Rights, Liability Exposures, and Potential D&O Claims

One of the most important recent legal and regulatory developments has been the elevation of privacy rights and concerns. Privacy issues are related to but distinct from cybersecurity issues and concerns, because privacy is concerned about more than just keeping … Continue reading

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Rethinking Privacy on the Job

Amazon recently patented tracking wristbands that take surveillance at work to a new level. With this technology, the company could track workers’ movements throughout their warehouses and even send a vibration through the wearable device if a worker reached for … Continue reading

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The value of legal privilege: Your diligent privacy consultant may become your worst enemy

A diligent privacy consultant will do a thorough privacy impact assessment, a threat risk assessment or a gap analysis. They'll take a thorough look at your current practices and benchmark them against not just your competitors but against best practices. … Continue reading

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