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IAPP plans return to in-person conferences later this year

The IAPP President & CEO sent a message to members today about an in-person conference in 2021.Optimism has been in short supply over this...

THE EYEMONGER – New Children’s Book About Privacy by Daniel Solove

Professor Daniel Solove, a noteable inforamation privacy professor and advocate announced a new children’s book called The Eyemonger. I believe that this is the first...

The M.D. Anderson Case and the Future of HIPAA Enforcement via...

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 5th Circuit just issued a blistering attack on HIPAA enforcement by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). In University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer v. Department of Health and Human Services (No. 19-60226, Jan. 14, 2001), the 5th Circuit struck down a fine and enforcement action by HHS as arbitrary and capricious.

Protonmail launches Calendar App in Beta

A message from ProtonMail Dear Proton community, After the challenges that came with 2020, we wish you all a prosperous and healthy 2021! Proton's mission has...

Hidden map on your phone shows everywhere you’ve been and the...

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Read this before your next employee hits the ‘record’ button on...

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U.S. Outlines Privacy Safeguards for Post-Schrems II Data Transfers via Fox...

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Intensifying Digital Protection for your Cryptocurrency Portfolio

Image from Pixabay.com by Amy Cavendish October 8, 2020 There have been numerous stories of individuals becoming rich as they invest in cryptocurrency. Because of the surge...

Webinar: Privacy & Data Security Regulation: Implications for RIM...

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GDPR Whiteboard: Updated for Schrems II via Privacy+Security

Check out this timely update to a fantastic resource.

Webinar: Connecting Privacy & Ethics to Business Value – Doing...

Featured Speakers: Brenda Barnhill, JD, LL.M. – Director & Consulting Specialist at Access Steve Neilly, CRM – President, Consulting Services at Access Privacy laws aren’t just arbitrary legal...

Orthopedic Clinic Pays $1.5 Million to Settle Systemic Noncompliance with HIPAA...

Athens Orthopedic Clinic PA ("Athens Orthopedic") has agreed to pay $1,500,000 to the Office for Civil Rights (OCR) at the U.S. Department of Health...

New Health Apps Section on HHS.gov/HIPAA via OCR Listserv

On September 2nd, 2020, the OCR launched a new feature on HHS.gov, titled Health Apps.  This new webpage takes the place of OCR’s previous Health...

Infographic: What Major Tech Companies are Collecting from Users via...

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Updated 2020 eDiscovery Reference Model (EDRM) Incorporates Information Governance via EDRM.net

Information Governance has been added to the new EDRM Model per EDRM.net. Check out the post below or download it here.

COVID-19 opens ‘Pandora’s box’ of Florida businesses’ privacy concerns via CSR...

Dr. Ross Federgreen, CEO of CSR, discusses privacy concerns during the COVID-19 pandemic here.

Privacy Expert Posts Infographic about Shcrems II and Privacy Shield

A High-Level Visual of the Schrems II JudgmentMost likely, privacy pros will need to have conversations with non-privacy business colleagues in their company regarding...

Microsoft Talks Schrems II and Assuring Customers About Cross-Border Data Flows...

Microsoft official statement on Schrems II and its cloud services.

Free Webinar: Privacy by Design – A Paradigm for Process...

With all the headlines on data breaches and PII being divulged, one thing is certain: Privacy program design doesn’t happen by accident—or by itself. Your program must be...