Tag Archives: Best Practices

Big Data, Big Issues Symposium – A Quick Chat with FTC Commissioner Julie Brill

I had the pleasure of attending Fordham Law School’s Center on Law & Information Policy (CLIP)’s Big Data, Big Issues Symposium today, which had a fascinating lineup of many of best thinkers in privacy. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC)’s  Julie Brill, delivered a very interesting keynote address about the benefits and dangers of big data, as well…
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RFID and Workplace Privacy

The Use of RFID In The Workplace Sparks Privacy Concerns OlenderFeldman recently had the opportunity to speak with Karen Boman of Rigzone about RFID technology and workplace privacy. Although the article focuses on the oil industry, the best practices of openness and transparency are generally applicable to most workplaces. The entire article can be found here,…
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Massachusetts Data Security Regulations

Service Providers Face New Regulations Covering Personal Information If your company is a service provider (generally any company providing third-party services, ranging from a payroll provider to an e-commerce hosting provider) or your company utilizes service providers, you need to be aware of the Massachusetts Data Security Regulations (the “Regulations”). The Regulations require that by…
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Putting Privacy First

“Putting Privacy First” was originally published in the August 2011 edition of TechNews. By: *protected email* Many businesses view legal compliance as a necessary evil and an obstacle to profits. Thus, compliance is often made a mere formality. Dealing with the complex privacy and data protection rules and regulations is often viewed no differently – be…
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