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For years, the carriers have rejected commitments related to the security of customers’ voice and data communications traversing their networks.  This entry focuses on how this position undermines the carriers’ interests in offering or partnering in the provision of data center and cloud computing services in which carriers must compete with established players or tech-savvy

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The Obama Administration’s consumer data privacy framework released last month will impact companies’ data collection, use, and retention practices, and raises complex legal issues. As explained in a recent article by Keller and Heckman LLP, the notion of codes of conduct developed through a multistakeholder process, to be enforced by the Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”),

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Do you know whether and how your websites use “cookies” or other technologies to collect information from users and/or target advertising?  Do you know what information is being collected and how it is being used?  The Federal Trade Commission has endorsed an online “Do Not Track” mechanism, and recent inquiries, investigations, and lawsuits relating to

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Companies should not assume that their general liability policies cover cyber attacks, and they should anticipate disputes from insurers when seeking defense and/or indemnity under these policies.  This is illustrated by a Complaint filed by Zurich Insurance Company in the Supreme Court of New York against various Sony entities relating to claims for coverage after