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Privacy CLE: Data Breach Handling:
Come and experience first hand what privacy experts experience after a data breach occurs. How do you protect yourself and the company? We have panelists Professor Lawrence Montle, Chad Rosenthal, Director and Associate General Counsel of Privacy and Digital Platforms at LG Electronics, and Kahini Ranade, Assistant General Counsel at the New York City Office of Technology & Innovation. There is Halloween candy available for attendees. This is a great opportunity not only to learn, but to network and hear from experts in the privacy space.
Data Breach Tabletop CLE – New York Law Student Privacy Law Association
Come join the PLA for an interactive walk through the aftermath of a data breach: notices, damage control, regulatory interactions, and (ultimately) preventative measures. We’ll touch on threats uniquely posed by AI and other evolving technologies, along with some basic advice on how to counter them.
iPhones alert that you are being watched. What would you do?
In India, iPhones buzzed with notifications informing users that the government was spying on them. What would you do if this message turned up on your phone?
‘Vague’ iPhone Alert Triggers Serious Accusations of Spying in India
The notifications suggested that many opposition figures could be under “state-sponsored” surveillance, but even Apple said the warning could have been a false alarm.
YouTube ad blocker detection software might violate EU law.
YouTube has new software that detects if users are trying to use ad blocking software to avoid ads without paying. This software might be violating an EU law.
YouTube’s Ad Blocker Detection Believed to Break EU Privacy Law
A complaint filed with the EU’s independent data regulator accuses YouTube of failing to get explicit user permission for its ad blocker detection system, potentially violating the ePrivacy Directive.
AI has motivated the Federal Government to take initiative on a national data privacy and security standard.
Finally, the US might set a federal standard requiring companies to protect your data. What are your thoughts? What regulation would you like to see?
AI’s Rise Flags Need for Federal Privacy and Security Protection
The explosion of artificial intelligence and its potential impact on US policy and the economy require Congress to pass a national data privacy and security standard, say Reps. Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-Wash.) and Jay Obernolte (R-Calif.).
Social Chair, Privacy Law Association
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