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Dominic Panakal

Enterprise-Wide Privacy Reality

Our days of stumbling piecemeal toward multiple data privacy and protection standards may be ending. In the United States, we have seen an increase in calls for a comprehensive federal data privacy law to provide protections, transparency requirements, enforcement powers, and establish enumerated rights for Americans based on […]

Looking Ahead to 2020

CCPA Enforcement In October, Peter and Tara wrote about the various dates and issues to navigate with the California Consumer Privacy Act {“CCPA’). In 2020, particularly July when the Attorney General begins enforcing the law, we will begin to see treatment of privacy practices for those entities required […]

Europe’s Bridge Too Far

The European Court of Justice (ECJ) issued a decision that permits individual countries to order Facebook to take down posts, photographs and videos and restrict global access to that material. Eva Glawischnig-Piesczek, a former leader of Austria’s Green Party, requested Facebook delete comments posted about her on an […]