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About Marci Rozen

Marci Rozen

Marci counsels companies on a wide variety of issues involving privacy, cybersecurity, and information law. She routinely helps companies evaluate and develop corporate privacy and information security programs, and provides advice on matters involving cross-border data transfers, insider threat prevention and detection, cloud computing, and electronic surveillance. Marci also assist clients in responding to data breaches, including issuing breach notifications required under state and federal breach notification laws, advising on remediation efforts, and handling litigation and enforcement actions arising from data security incidents.

Recent Posts

Podcast: Data Do, Data Don’t

August 16, 2017 | 0 Comments

Most websites and apps collect information from its users. But are you doing it in a legally-compliant way? We won’t be taking over any New Year’s countdowns, but listen to our radio-ready voices as we...

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In an apparent response to overwhelming criticism from Internet Service Providers (“ISPs”), industry groups, academics, and other government agencies, Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Chairman Tom Wheeler has released a Fact Sheet outlining significant changes to...

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FTC Calls for Comments on Safeguards Rule

August 30, 2016 | 0 Comments

The FTC has issued a notice calling for comments on Standards for Safeguarding Customer Information, also known as the “Safeguards Rule.” The review of the Safeguards Rule, which took effect in 2003, is part of...

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President Obama has catapulted cybersecurity and privacy to the forefront of his agenda with the announcement on February 9th of his administration’s new initiative, the Cybersecurity National Action Plan (CNAP). While the plan may take...

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As we have written extensively on this blog, numerous federal agencies, including the FTC and FCC, are increasingly focused on cyber security. Add another one to the list. While the Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”)...

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The third annual privacy sweep conducted by the Global Privacy Enforcement Network (GPEN), a cross-border network of privacy regulators, has yielded good news and bad news for children’s apps and websites. The bad news—a May...

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