Tag Archives: Privacy

House Approves Legislation to Eliminate Duplicative Consumer Privacy Notices

The U.S. House of Representatives approved by a voice vote on April 14 an amendment to the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act that will provide an exemption from annual privacy notice updates for financial institutions that do not share non-public consumer information with … Continue reading

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Protecting Your Privacy During a Minnesota Bankruptcy

One of the main concerns our clients have about filing for bankruptcy in Minnesota is the protection of their privacy. Read more detail on Recent Bankruptcy posts –

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The EU’s New Sweeping Privacy Law and Why the U.S. Should Take Note

The European Union is implementing a new law that is being heralded as “the biggest shake-up of personal data privacy rules since the birth of the internet.” The new law is titled the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), and it is … Continue reading

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Your Website and the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act – Part I – Does It Apply?

The Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act, known as COPPA, is a federal law that gives parents and legal guardians control over the collection, use and disclosure of children’s personal information. The goal of COPPA is to protect children’s online interactions … Continue reading

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When Trading Track Records Means Less Privacy

Sharing your personal fitness goals—lowered heart rates, accurate calorie counts, jogging times, and GPS paths—sounds like a fun, competitive feature offered by today’s digital fitness trackers, but a recent report from The Washington Post highlights how this same feature might … Continue reading

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