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About Keir Lamont

Keir Lamont

Keir works with ZwillGen attorneys on data privacy and security issues, regulatory and law enforcement compliance, and product counseling. Prior to joining ZwillGen, Keir was a Policy Fellow at Access Now where he focused on domestic and international privacy issues including data transfer agreements, exceptional access to encryption technologies, and unmanned aircraft systems.

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The Moscow City Court upheld an enforcement request made by Roskomnadzor, Russia’s telecommunications and media compliance watchdog, to blacklist LinkedIn. Without any hearing of evidence or findings of fact, LinkedIn was declared to be in...

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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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The Supreme Court issued a final order declining to block a subpoena issued by the U.S. Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations (“Subcommittee”) to the classified advertisement website Backpage.com. The subpoena dates back to October 2015,...

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FTC Reinstitutes LabMD Order

August 9, 2016 | 0 Comments

The FTC has entered its Opinion and Final Order in its ongoing campaign to take enforcement action against LabMD. The Commission alleges that in 2008 the former clinical laboratory unreasonably exposed the sensitive medical information...

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The Communications Decency Act (“CDA”) generally protects website operators against claims arising from user-generated content. Echoing its withdrawn 2014 decision on the same issues, the Ninth Circuit’s ruling in Jane Doe v. Internet Brands, Inc....

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