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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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Our Fall Webinar Series Is Here

October 25, 2016 | 0 Comments

Please join us for our fall webinar series! Each 30-minute webinar is worth .5 CLE credits in California and New York. You can learn more about the topics and corresponding presenters by clicking on the...

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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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California is a leader in regulating consumer privacy and data security. As part of a multi-pronged effort to improve online privacy, the California Attorney General’s office established a new online form that allows individuals to...

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At the second installment of the FTC’s Fall Technology Series, FTC researchers, academics, consumer advocacy groups, and drone manufacturers explored the potential privacy and security concerns that arise from the use of drones. FTC Commissioner...

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