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My Notes from the IAPP Global Privacy Summit 2010

By InfoLawGroup LLP on April 21, 2010

As some of you know, I tweeted my notes from the IAPP Global Privacy Summit 2010 yesterday and today (@Forsheit for those of you on Twitter). Since many of our readers are not on Twitter, I thought I would provide you with those notes here (minus the usual Twitter hashtags and abbreviations). Please note that there were multiple sessions, and this reflects only those I was able to attend, and only the information I could quickly record, putting virtual pen to paper. These are not direct quotes, unless specifically designated as such. Overall, I think it was a great conference, a wonderful opportunity to reconnect with other lawyers and privacy professionals, and to meet students, lawyers, and others looking to learn more about this constantly evolving legal and compliance space. For me, the conference highlight was Viktor Mayer-Schonberger's keynote this morning on The Virtue of Forgetting in the Digital Age. Without further ado, here are my notes. Would love to hear your thoughts/reactions.

201 CMR 17-00, AES, anonymity, behavioral advertising, breach notification, California, cloud computing, contracts, DPA, Eavesdropping, encryption, EU Data Protection Directive, GLBA, HIPAA, HITECH, IAPP, Kearney, Massachusetts, personally identifiable information, pii, RFID, social networking, spam, SSN, TCPA, telemarketing, text messages, UK ICO, VPPA

Celebrating Data Privacy from A to Z

By InfoLawGroup LLP on January 28, 2010

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!