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Part II – The HIPAA Privacy & Security Rule n Part I of this series, we covered what the Health […]
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Part I – An Overview If you work in the healthcare field, or if you have ever been seen as […]
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In the summer of 2021, Colorado established the Colorado Privacy Act (CPA), which goes into effect on July 1, 2023.  […]
CDPA requires that businesses only hold the pieces of data they need for a specific purpose and necessary to achieve that purpose; these principles are commonly referred to
The new year is bringing some additional requirements to business which require more attention to privacy and cybersecurity. Learn more.
In David Karling, et. Al. v. Samsara, Inc., a federal court in the Northern District of Illinois has declined to dismiss a class action complaint brought under the Illinois Biometric Information & Privacy Act (“BIPA”), by a truck driver against a maker of facial recognition
Unique among state laws, the Illinois Biometric Information Privacy Act (“BIPA”) creates a private right of action for "any person aggrieved" by a violation of the statute and provides for statutory damages of $1,000 for a negligent violation to $5,000