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Posted in Cybersecurity & Data Breaches

DOJ and FTC Clarify Antitrust Implications of Cybersecurity Information Sharing

On April 10, 2014, the Department of Justice and Federal Trade Commission issued a joint policy statement on the antitrust implications of sharing cybersecurity information to help facilitate the flow of cyberintelligence throughout the private sector. The statement addresses the long-standing concern that sharing cyberintelligence may violate antitrust law under certain circumstances and explains the analytical framework for such arrangements to make it clear that legitimate cyberintelligence exchanges will not raise antitrust issues.

Posted in International/EU Privacy

New Article in ABA Antitrust Magazine Contrasts EU-US Proposals for New Privacy Framewrok

In a just-published article for the American Bar Association Antitrust magazine entitled “So Close Yet So Far, The EU and US Visions of a New Privacy Framework.” available through a link in this blog entry, Hogan Lovells Privacy partners Winston Maxwell (Paris) and Chris Wolf (Washington) compare and contrast the pending proposals on both sides of the Atlantic for improvements to the privacy frameworks.