On July 12, MRA joined a diverse group of more than 200 stakeholders in Washington, DC under the aegis of the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) in the first step tow
MRA joined a broad coalition yesterday in oppos
On March 14, 2012 a California district court ruled in Flores v.
On March 26, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) released “Protecting Consumer Privacy in an Era of Rapid Change”, the agency’s much-an
Connecticut data security law revision proposed to require immediate notification of state Attorney General (H.B. 5427)
The Connecticut Joint Committee on Judiciary introduced H.B.
A number of interesting bills have been introduced in Tennessee, Oklahoma, New York, Hawaii, Virginia and Georgia on issues of data sharing, data security, healthcare data privacy, data retention,
The European Union today released a huge overhaul of European Union (EU) data privacy and data security laws, desig
Trans-Atlantic Conflict: Regulators in Europe and the U.S. Ready New Privacy Rules and Sneer at Each Other
Major revisions to the European Union's Data Protection Directive have been delayed.
De-identification: A Potential Solution to Protecting Personally Identifiable Information in Marketing Research?
De-identification, those oblique techniques that seemingly render personally identifiable information (PII) harmless, could be the linchpin to any overarching federal data privacy law that would av