On April 29, 2016, the First Circuit Court of Appeals addressed the question of what data constitutes “personally identifiable information” and who is a “subscriber” under the Video Privacy Protection Act (VPPA) in Yershov v. Gannet Satellite Information Network, Inc. The plaintiff claimed that Gannett shared information identifying him and the video clips that he … Continue Reading
InfoLawGroup Senior Counsel Mark Paulding appeared on Episode 257 of This Week in Law, joining security expert Bruce Schneier and Harvard scholar Kyle Courtney to discuss a wide range of issues dealing with law, policy and technology. The full episode is embedded below. The episode covered topics ranging from NSA surveillance and companies’ efforts to … Continue Reading
In honor of Data Privacy Day and its spirit of education, I thought it might be appropriate (and fun) to celebrate some (but certainly not all) of the A, B, Cs of Data Privacy. Would love to see your contributions, too!
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