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Personal Data Use Analysis a Focus of Expert Discussion

A meeting in London to discuss the contours of a use-based model as an approach to data protection is occurring today.  Approximately thirty regulators, industry officials, advocates, and academics are participating, including Hogan Lovells partner Chris Wolf.  The meeting is being hosted by the Privacy Projects and is being moderated by Viktor Mayer-Schönberger, Professor of Internet Governance and […]

Posted in Cybersecurity & Data Breaches

Commerce Department Calls for Improved Cybersecurity Through Voluntary Self-Regulatory Standards

At a time when hacks of major commercial computer systems are in the news, the Department of Commerce’s Internet Policy Task Force issued a green paper yesterday preliminarily recommending a new framework for Internet security for the myriad interconnected companies using the Internet other than those considered critical infrastructure. The report, described in this blog entry, proposes voluntary self-regulatory codes of conduct.