Recent federal legislation indicates a growing federal interest in blockchain as a potentially integral technology in cybersecurity systems. This comes on the heels of recent legislation in the New York Assembly also suggesting state level interest in blockchain.
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Today’s decision by the European Court of Justice (ECJ) that individuals enjoy the right to have truthful yet unflattering information about them “forgotten” from online search results is generating a great deal of controversy in Europe and beyond. In a case brought by Spanish national Mario Costeja Gonzalez against Google demanding that the search giant remove results referring to a years-old newspaper notice of a tax auction of his property,… More
How should software companies set the default privacy settings on their products? Microsoft’s announcement earlier this month that the next version of its Internet Explorer web browser will ship with its "Do Not Track" functionality switched on has sparked a lively debate on this very issue.… More
We are sharing this blog post by our colleague Vivek Krishnamurthy regarding an article in last weekend’s New York Times Magazine that discusses the powerful statistical techniques that some companies are using to analyze sales and other data in order to gain insights into their customers’ behaviors and needs. The article raises a number of interesting consent and privacy issues. Vivek’s practice focuses on corporate social responsibility,… More