• Ohio Provides Litigation Safe Harbor to Businesses
    09 2018 August

    Ohio Provides Breach Litigation Safe Harbor to Businesses

    Ohio has become the first state to enact legislation providing liability protection for businesses that implement a written cybersecurity program that “reasonably conforms” to certain cybersecurity frameworks or laws to protect personal information. This approach...

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The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Staffers for Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid have been circulating new legislation that would amend the 2006 Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act and provide for licensing of internet poker with consumer protections and strong regulatory oversight.  The legislation would overturn the ban on processing of online-gambling transactions by...

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Washington, D.C. based law firm, Zwillinger Genetski LLP, is happy to announce the addition of Jennifer S. Granick, formerly Civil Liberties Director at the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) and Executive Director of Stanford Law School’s Center for Internet and Society and Cyberlaw Clinic. “Adding such an experienced San Francisco-based lawyer will enable us to provide...

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On Wednesday, December 1, 2010, FTC Chairman, Jon Leibowitz, Deputy Director of the Bureau of Consumer Protection, Jessica Rich, and Chief Technologist, Edward W. Felten will hold a telephone media availability to answer reporters’ questions about a new FTC report on privacy that outlines a framework for consumers, businesses and policymakers....

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Zwillinger Genetski LLP is the only boutique law firm to be ranked by Chambers and Partners in the Data Privacy and Security category.  See the entry here....

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A class action lawsuit filed against Google on October 25th in the Northern District of California may have the Googlers feeling like it is perhaps true that no good deed goes unpunished.  The suit, Gaos v. Google, alleges that Google violated the Stored Communications Act as well as several California state consumer protection laws by...

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Yesterday, Marc Zwillinger was quoted by Mike Scarcella in the Blog of the LegalTimes with regard to a recent ruling by Judge Royce Lamberth of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia.  The Court ruled that under the Electronic Communications Privacy Act, the government is not required to notify the email subscriber when...

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