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The California Department of Justice has issued recommendations for privacy and security practices in the education technology (Ed Tech) industry. The report, entitled Ready for School: Recommendations for the Ed Tech Industry to Protect the...

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A Delaware bankruptcy court held that the Stored Communications Act forbids the disclosure of a subscriber’s email content to the representatives of a bankruptcy estate where the subscriber has not given consent. The case, In...

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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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Your internet-enabled coffeemaker checks your calendar each morning to determine what time to start brewing a pot of coffee. Your lights come on in the evening just as you come home. Sound like the distant...

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The Department of Health and Human Services recently issued some much-needed guidance on how HIPAA applies when protected health information (“PHI”) is stored in the cloud. Some key highlights are below. Cloud providers that store...

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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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