Tag Archives: privacy

AI and Cybersecurity Issues Look Set to Dominate the Privacy Landscape in 2022 | Cozen O’Connor

Meghan Stoppel, who spent over a decade serving as an Assistant Attorney General, and later a Consumer Protection Chief, to both Democratic and Republican state attorneys generals, talks to Andy Baer, Chair of Cozen O’Connor’s Technology, Privacy and Data Security practice, about how state AGs are weighing in on both policy and enforcement with respect… Read More »

Family law advocates raise privacy concerns over guardianship database bill

An obscure bill moving quickly through the Florida legislature has family law experts concerned over the establishment of what they say is a far-reaching database and a sweeping expansion of data collection on some of the state’s most vulnerable individuals. The two bills, Senate Bill 1710 and its companion in the House, HB 1349, would… Read More »

Data Privacy and Security Issues

Saturday, January 29, 2022 In the last decade, organizations of varied industries and sizes have heightened their focus on diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) initiatives and, since 2020, DEI has become a top priority. COVID-19 pandemic realities, racial and social justice movements, changes in federal, state, or local laws, and generational shifts have increasingly brought… Read More »

What to know about new privacy and cybersecurity laws

2021 has been quite the year for privacy and cybersecurity, with the passing of wide-ranging new laws (both domestically in the US and internationally), hard hitting regulatory actions, and increasingly sophisticated cyber-attacks.  As we approach the year end, let’s review some of the main issues Colorado businesses will need to address as a result of these developments. … Read More »