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Protecting the Privacy of Children Online – More Updates on COPPA

Last week, two Senators, Senator Edward J. Markey of Massachusetts and Senator Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut sent a letter to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) regarding apps designed for children and whether they are in compliance with the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA), See 15 U.S.C. 6501 and regulations at 16 C.F.R. Part 312 … Continue Reading

Nationwide, State Legislators Push Blockchain-friendly Legislation

As previously reported, state legislatures throughout the country continue to propose legislation designed to facilitate the use of blockchain-based technology by businesses within their states. In recent weeks, legislatures in Florida and Nebraska have each proposed laws streamlining the transaction of business electronically and through use of distributed ledgers on blockchain applications. In Arizona, the … Continue Reading

Second Largest Business Associate Breach in 2017

Cornerstone Business & Management Solutions, a medical supply company located in Nebraska, has notified 21,856 individuals and the Office for Civil Rights that while performing a routine review of system logs, it discovered a suspicious account on its server downloading personal information of patients using its medical devices, including names, addresses, dates of birth, and … Continue Reading

Banner Health Begins to Notify 3.7 Million Patients This Week of Data Breach from Cyber-Attack

Phoenix, Arizona, based Banner Health (Banner), reportedly one of the largest health care organizations in the country, began notifying up to 3.7 million patients this week of a data breach of its computer systems that processes food and beverage purchases at some of its locations. The intrusion was initiated on June 17, and discovered by … Continue Reading
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