Privacy and Data Protection in Business

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LexisNexis, 2012 - Business records - 419 pages
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Contents

PRACTICAL UNDERSTANDING AND A PATH
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THE
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THE FAIR INFORMATION PRACTICE
OTHER FEDERAL LAWS INVOLVING CONSUMER PRIVACY
BEST PRACTICES START WITH ACCURATE DISCLOSURE
NOT NECESSARILY
SOCIAL MEDIA PRIVACY SIGNIFICANT CHALLENGES AND BEST
THE SPECIAL CASE OF CHILDREN
INFORMATION AND VALUE
THE GRAMMLEACH BLILEY
OTHER RELEVANT LAWS
A NONCONSUMER CONTEXT
PREVENTION DETECTION
LEGAL OBLIGATIONS TO PREVENT DATA BREACH
DISCLOSURE AND LIABILITY
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REQUIREMENTS OF COPPA
CHILDRENS PRIVACY SIGNIFICANT CHALLENGES AND BEST
UNCONDITIONAL
CASES AND STATUTES
THE CHALLENGES OF DIGITAL PERSONAL HEALTH INFORMATION
The Privacy and Security Rules
System Facilities UCLAHS to Improve Policies and Procedures to Better Safeguard Patient
A WORLD OF DIFFERENT
THE FOURTH
THE ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATIONS PRIVACY ACT AND LAW ENFORCEMENT
CLIENT PRIVACY AND ETHICS
UNINTENTIONAL DISCLOSURE
Table of Cases
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Jonathan I. Ezor is the Director of the Touro Law Center Institute for Business, Law and Technology, and an Assistant Professor of Law. He also serves as Counsel to Olshan Frome Wolosky, a full service business law firm based in Manhattan, is on the Board of Directors of CALI (the Center for Computer-Aided Legal instruction), and serves on the IT Advisory Board for the Zarb School of Business at Hofstra University. A technology attorney for more than eighteen years, Professor Ezor has represented advertising agencies, software developers, banks, retailers and Internet service providers as well as traditional firms, and has been in-house counsel to an online retailer, an Internet-based document printing firm and a multinational Web and software development company. He was also named one of Long Island Business News’ “Top 40 Under 40” for 2005, and served as the Reporter for the New York State Bar Association E-Filing Task Force.
Author of Privacy and Data Protection in Business: Laws and Practices (LexisNexis 2012), the free e-book Shooting From the Hip: Managing the Risks of Portable Computing and Smartphones in Your Business (available at http://www.mobilerisk.com) and the Internet law handbook Clicking Through: A Survival Guide for Bringing Your Company Online (Bloomberg Press, 2000) (http://www.clickingthrough.com), and coauthor of Producing Web Hits (IDG Books, 1997), Professor Ezor has been a guest columnist on legal issues for BusinessWeek Online and a regular contributor to technology and business blogs. He has also written for Business 2.0, Advertising Age (which named him a "Web Warrior" in 1995), Law Technology News, the New York Law Journal, and many other publications. Professor Ezor is a graduate of Brandeis University (Magna Cum Laude; Phi Beta Kappa) and Yale Law School. He teaches courses including Cyberlaw, Cybercrime, Licensing Intellectual Property, International Intellectual Property, Privacy in the Digital Age, Negotiable Instruments and Payment Systems, and the Business Technology Law Externship, and established and directed Touro’s first summer law school program in Jerusalem, Israel in 2008.

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