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Information Privacy Regulation – What You Need to Know About Current Developments

U.S. and EU approaches to privacy regulation have been very different, but recent developments in the U.S. may be narrowing the gap. Recently, we hosted a seminar regarding current developments in information privacy regulation. The subjects covered and a link to the materials are provided below. Our panelists included: Dennis Hirsch, Esq., Professor at Capital University … Continue Reading

Compliance (Might Be?) Required: The Continuing Saga of the Identity Theft Red Flag Rules

It was November 1, 2007 when federal banking regulators and the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) jointly issued final rules under the Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act of 2003 (FACT Act). These rules established for the first time the requirements for identity theft prevention programs implemented by financial institutions and other “creditors.” Those final rules … Continue Reading