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Hogan Lovells Partner Testifies in US House of Representatives on Cybersecurity and Privacy

On April 25, Hogan Lovells partner Harriet Pearson testified before the US House of Representatives on the relationship between cybersecurity and privacy in business. The Subcommittee on Cybersecurity, Infrastructure Protection, and Security Technologies of the House Committee on Homeland Security held a hearing on “Striking the Right Balance: Protecting our Nation’s Critical Infrastructure from Cyber Attack and Ensuring Privacy and Civil Liberties” to examine existing privacy protections and learn more about potential improvements. Pearson first outlined several cybersecurity-related measures that may require access to personal information, and thus potentially implicate privacy concerns. Pearson then offered her views on steps business and government can take to incorporate respect for privacy into enhanced cybersecurity.

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Firm Privacy Leader Testifies in US Senate on Video Privacy

Chris Wolf, co-chair of the Hogan Lovells Privacy and Information Management Practice today testified before the United States Senate Judiciary Subcomittee on Privacy, Technology and the Law at a hearing on “The Video Privacy Protection Act: Protecting Viewer Privacy in the 21st Century.” His spoken testimony is in this blog entry, and a copy of his written testimony is available through this post.