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About Anna Myers

Anna Myers

Anna works with ZwillGen attorneys on a variety of privacy & technology legal matters. Prior to joining ZwillGen, Anna was a Westin Fellow with the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP). During her time at the IAPP, she focused on emerging privacy and technology issues in the U.S. and Europe and developed related publications, tools, and practice guides. Anna also worked at Harvard University’s Berkman Center for Internet and Society, the Network Advertising Initiative, and the U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Office of Privacy, Transparency and Records.

Recent Posts

When an elusive defendant disappeared from Canada amid a trade secrets case, a Canadian trial court, finding itself out of options, turned to Google to try to enforce its orders. The court issued an injunction...

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What to Know About the Swiss-U.S Privacy Shield

January 25, 2017 | 0 Comments

The United States and Switzerland have finalized a Swiss-U.S. Privacy Shield Framework that is nearly identical to the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield. The Swiss Shield codifies the requirements of Article 6 of the Swiss Federal Act...

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It’s Time to Re-Register your DMCA Agent

November 29, 2016 | 0 Comments

Have you registered an agent with the Copyright Office to take advantage of DMCA’s safe harbor? If so, it’s time to do it again. The Copyright Office issued its final rule (to be codified at...

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The FTC’s second FinTech Forum explored issues surrounding peer-to-peer payment and crowdfunding technologies, which are transforming the way we share, spend, and raise money. But with that change comes fraud, scams, and privacy and security...

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Artificial Intelligence (“AI”) systems use big data to inform decision-making and machine learning processes. These processes generate fairness, safety, and accountability concerns, because big data-powered AI can be used to make decisions regarding an individual’s...

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Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act (“CDA”) provides a safe harbor for certain online companies that host content generated by third parties, but this protection only applies to some types of liability, such as...

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