Although a U.S. federal privacy law remains elusive, U.S. states have been busily passing new laws. The laws have many similarities, but there are some notable differences. California and Colorado have issued new regulations, some provisions of which strengthen components of the laws. I expect other states to join in the party soon. I will be […]
If you couldn’t make it to my recent webinar on Washington’s My Health My Data Act (MHMDA) and the new state health privacy laws, you can watch the replay here. I had a great discussion with Mike Hintze (Hintze Law).
If you couldn’t make it to my recent webinar to discuss Ifeoma Ajunwa’s book, The Quantified Worker: Law and Technology in the Modern Workplace, you can watch the replay here. I had a great discussion with Ifeoma Ajunwa, Pauline Kim, and Matthew Bodie on the use of AI in hiring decisions and for other employment […]
If you couldn’t make it to my recent webinar on AI policy and privacy, you can watch the replay here. I had a great discussion with Omer Tene and Brenda Leong.
If you couldn’t make it to my recent webinar on privacy developments in 2023, you can watch the replay here. I had a great discussion with Omer Tene, Kenesa Ahmad, Gabriela Zanfir-Fortuna, and Rob Corbet.
If you couldn’t make it to my recent webinar on Neurotech and Privacy , you can watch the replay here. I had a great discussion with Nita Farahany, Jules Polonetsky and Ahmed Shaheed AI on the dangers that neurotechnology poses for privacy, fundamental human rights, and freedom of thought. Also, make sure to order Nita […]
It’s a new year in privacy, and as usual, there are many things to watch. Here are 5 burning questions:
I’m pleased to announce that the ALI Data Privacy Principles are now in print. From the ALI press release: Principles of the Law, Data Privacy is now available in print. This is ALI’s first venture into the field of information privacy law. This project identifies core principles useful for bringing greater coherence to this area. Like all Principles […]
Many app developers overlook privacy and security by failing to do one of the most basic first steps of data protection – informing consumers of their practices. For example, in a study published in 2016 in the Journal of the American Medical Association, 80% of diabetes apps surveyed didn’t have a notice informing consumers about privacy […]
I’m pleased to announce that a new 4th edition of my short guide, PRIVACY LAW FUNDAMENTALS (IAPP 2017) (co-authored with Professor Paul Schwartz) is now out in print. This edition incorporates extensive developments in privacy law and includes an introductory chapter summarizing key new laws, cases and enforcement actions. Privacy Law Fundamentals is designed with […]