Category: Law and Regulations

June 30th, 2017 by John

Posted in Infosec, Law and Regulations, Privacy

June 10th, 2017 by John

In this WSJ article, the author posits: What is the greatest threat to liberty in America? Constitutional scholar Philip Hamburger responds: overreach and lack of oversight by the regulatory state or Deep State, where the Bill of Rights has been gutted and citizens have not guarantee of due process.

Posted in Law and Regulations

May 11th, 2017 by John

I will need to read through this before adding any commentary.

Signed by President Trump today:

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May 10th, 2017 by John

A comparison of U.S. and GDPR breach requirements.

GDPR Match up: U.S. state data breach laws

Posted in Law and Regulations, Privacy

April 4th, 2017 by John

In the ongoing saga of FTC chicanery in the LabMD case… In case you are not up to speed, LabMD was investigated and charged by the FTC for lax security and exposure of patient data in 2009, and in subsequent hearings it became evident that the FTC was on a fishing expedition, paying infosec contractor Tiversa to “manufacture” evidence of malfeasance when there was no proof the data had been stolen or that any harm had subsequently come to patients of the small cancer detection lab. Read More

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