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Breach Notification: Timing Is Everything

A data security incident can be daunting for an organization, quickly spurring it into full-blown crisis mode. Once an incident is discovered, IT and security personnel may work around the clock to attempt to identify and fix security vulnerabilities, assess and mitigate any damage from the incident, and report their findings and efforts to senior … Continue Reading

Barnes & Noble Dodges Suit over PIN Pad Data Breach

A trial court in the Seventh Circuit recently dismissed a data breach class action case against Barnes & Noble (B&N) due to the plaintiffs’ failure to allege actual or imminent injuries.1 This is one of the first data breach cases following the U.S. Supreme Court’s recent decision about pleading actual damages in Clapper v. Amnesty … Continue Reading

California Extends Security Breach Notification Requirements to Online Account Credentials

California, which enacted the pioneering security breach notification law in 2002, again has taken the lead in security breach notification legislation. In an effort to protect consumers against unauthorized access to their online accounts, California has extended its security breach notification law to cover individuals’ online account credentials (i.e., a user name or email address, … Continue Reading

European Regulators Opine on “Purpose Limitation” Principle – What Constitutes “Compatible Use” in the Context of Big Data?

On April 2, 2013, the European data protection regulators (the “Article 29 Working Party” or the “WP29”) issued a 70-page opinion providing guidance on how to comply with the core EU data protection principle of “purpose limitation.”1 This opinion gives a good indication of how EU regulators would apply their national data protection law to … Continue Reading
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