CM Privacy, Data and Cybersecurity Group: Updates You Need to Know for 2021

Tomorrow, January 28th, is international Data Privacy Day! Our Privacy, Data and Cybersecurity Practice Group highlights a few recent legal developments, surprises, and resources you will want to have on your radar screen in 2021. For additional information, please click here to visit the Privacy, Data and Cybersecurity Practice Group’s page on our website or […]

Jacoby and Priebe: The Data Regulation You Probably Haven’t Heard About

Culhane Meadows partners David Jacoby and Linda Priebe recently authored an informative article for Legal BlackBook’s CyberInsecurity column about Vermont’s new data broker law, which companies throughout the United States need to know. Here is a relevant excerpt: After all the attention garnered in recent weeks by the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), there’s […]

ABA Jrnl: “Companies and their lawyers brace for wide-ranging EU data-privacy law” features Linda Priebe, CIPP/E

Jason Tashea reports for the  ABA Journal “With the May deadline looming, companies big and small are turning to their lawyers for guidance as they seek to comply with the new regulations. Additionally, European regulators, called data-protection authorities, are preparing for the post-GDPR era, in which they expect their enforcement authority to be significantly strengthened and […]

UK Privacy Law Not Adequate After Brexit EU Commission Notice

  On January 9th, 2018, the EU Commission (EUC) issued a UK data protection Stakeholder Notice. The EUC Notice states that at this time there are “considerable uncertainties” regarding whether UK Data Protection Laws will be adequate after Brexit to permit international transfers of personal data from EU/EEA member countries to the UK. This is because […]

Windows 10 Violates Dutch Data Protection Laws

On October 13th, the Dutch Data Protection Authority (Dutch DPA) announced that it had completed its investigation of Microsoft Windows 10 and determined that Windows 10’s default user privacy and consent settings violate Dutch data protection laws.  This case is a prime example of why companies with employees, customers, prospective customers and/or operations located in […]

How EU Data Privacy Reform Will Impact U.S. Telecom Cos.

Expert Analysis by Linda V. Priebe, JD, CIPP/E, Law360, New York (March 21, 2017, 11:52 AM EDT) – Reprinted with permission. In a little more than 13 months, many U.S. communications companies, who think cross-border data protection rules don’t apply to them, will find out otherwise. It’s no secret that a new European Union and European […]