The Privacy Oracle consolidates significant U.S. legislative and regulatory developments at the state and federal level into a single publication. In this month’s issue, we offer the following:
- A ballot initiative to expand privacy rights in California moves forward while privacy laws stall in other states amid COVID-19.
- Washington, D.C. expands its data breach notification law to require businesses to implement reasonable security to protect certain pieces of information.
- The first batch of CCPA lawsuits begins to trickle in following the law’s January 1, 2020, effective date.
- Working the fundamentals at the Practitioner’s Corner: preparing for security incidents as in-house counsel.
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May 13 - When the Economy Goes South: Reassessing Your Business Drivers and Understanding How Your KPIs Measure Changing Milestones
Rising to the Challenge: Virtual Workshops for Succeeding in Difficult Times
May 14 - Surviving the Pandemic: Using Endowment and Restricted Charitable Funds in the COVID-19 Crisis
Making Sure Your Disaster Relief Isn’t a Disaster: How Nonprofits Can Provide Relief In Response to the COVID-19 Crisis
May 19 - Connect (X) All Access
Learn about the latest technological trends, commercial carriers, industrial enterprises, neutral host networks, building / venue owners and critical communications organizations. Attend Connect (X): All Access for new thinking, new solutions and new partners to fulfill on the promise of public and private 5G connectivity.
Nancy Libin, Partner, Washington, D.C.
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Rachel Marmor, Counsel, New York, N.Y.
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Christopher Savage, Partner, Washington, D.C.
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