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Nevada's New Privacy Bill Requires Website Operators That Collect Information About Consumers To Update Privacy Policies By October 1, 2019
While most U.S. companies have been focused on complying with the California Consumer Protection Act (CCPA), which goes into effect January 1, 2020, Nevada quietly passed its own
United States
11 Sep 2019
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A Step-By-Step Guide Through California's (And Now Nevada's) Consumer Privacy Acts
Join Dickinson Wright's Sara Jodka (Member, Columbus) for an overview of California's and Nevada's new Consumer Privacy laws
United States
3 Jul 2019
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Understanding The HIPAA Security Rule And Tailoring Policies To Fit Your Business
The HIPAA Security Rule[1] was designed to protect the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of a patient's protected health information (PHI) while allowing flexibility
United States
9 May 2019
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With Everyone Being The Victim Of A Data Breach, The Illinois Supreme Court's Decision Not Requiring Actual Harm To Pursue A Claim For Improper Collection Of Biometric Data May Give A Hint Of The Future
There are three states with biometric privacy laws. Texas, which passed its law in 2009, and Washington, which passed its law in 2017, followed Illinois' passage of its 2008 law ...
United States
4 Feb 2019
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United States
29 Oct 2018
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HIPAA And The Opioid Crisis
With the ever-growing opioid crisis and the President's call to action to address that crisis, primary care, pain management and behavioral health providers in particular may be faced with privacy issues dealing with a patient's family, friends or others in relation to treatment for opioid abuse.
United States
31 Aug 2018
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How Employers Can Handle Their Biggest Threat To Data Privacy, Their Employees
Given the ever-expanding landscape of privacy laws and regulations, employers are becoming increasingly aware that they are responsible for data breaches caused by their employees.
United States
3 Jul 2018
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If You Don't Need It, Don't Pack It: Border Searches Of Mobile Devices
Currently there are a number of pending cases concerning the issue of whether Border searches can include a search of someone's cellphone.
United States
21 Mar 2018
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The Internet Of Toys: Legal And Privacy Issues With Connected Toys
Most people have heard of the Internet of Things, or IoT. With the holidays fast approaching, and with the onslaught of new smart and Internet-connected smart toys, for parents and toy manufacturers...
United States
7 Dec 2017
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Recording Workplace Conversations In Canada Versus The United States
There has been a recent trend whereby one party to a workplace conversation secretly records it and then attempts to use it as evidence against the other party.
Canada
10 Nov 2017
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More Companies Must Comply With The Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act, But Don't Know It. Are You One Of Them?
When the topic of data privacy and cyber security comes up, most people automatically think of data breaches, especially given the high-profile nature of so many of them
United States
15 Sep 2017
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Website Operators In or Targeting Nevada, You Have Privacy Policies To Implement By October 1, 2017
As of October 1, 2017, Nevada will join California and Delaware to require the operators of certain websites and online services to post a notice on their website informing users about their privacy practices.
United States
2 Aug 2017
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Computer Surveillance By Employers: Finding The Balance Between Business Interests And Employee Privacy Rights
As the use of computers and computer activity becomes more pervasive in the workplace, employers are facing new challenges
United States
5 May 2017
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Crossing The Border With Electronics - Helpful Tips And Pitfalls To Avoid
International travelers have been reporting that cell phones, computers, and other communication devices are being seized by Officers of the USCBP branch of the USDHS, sometimes for a relatively short time, and sometimes for a number of days or weeks.
United States
21 Mar 2017
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Restrictions On Fees Permitted Under HIPAA For Copies Of Medical Records
When health care providers provide copies of medical records to an individual patient or to third parties at the direction of that individual patient, they are permitted under HIPAA to recover "a reasonable, cost-based fee."
United States
13 Oct 2016
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Healthcare Legal News: Volume 6, Number 2
When health care providers provide copies of medical records to an individual patient or to third parties at the direction of that individual patient, they are permitted under HIPAA to recover "a reasonable, cost-based fee."
United States
13 Oct 2016
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Freedom Of Information Act: Personal Email Accounts And Other Issues
In Competitive Enterprise Institute v OSTP, the DC Circuit held that work-related emails on a government official's private email server are public records under the federal FOIA statute.
United States
3 Oct 2016
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Municipal Legal News - September 2016
On September 21, Governor Snyder signed a package of bills (2016 PA 281-283) that significantly expands the types of medical marijuana facilities permitted under state law.
United States
3 Oct 2016
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While Your Home Is Your Castle Where Privacy Is Concerned, Not So Much For Your Car: Or What Does Automotive Technology, Privacy And Drunk Driving Have To Do With Each Other?
For a number of years, auto manufacturers have been quietly installing something akin to black boxes in passenger cars. Originally, these devices were solely for airbag deployment...
United States
4 Aug 2016
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Freedom Of Information Act: The Personal Privacy Of Criminal Suspects
In ESPN, Inc. v. Michigan State University, the Michigan Court of Appeals issued an important decision regarding incident reports of uncharged crimes.
United States
17 Nov 2015
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