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Privacy Monday: December 8, 2104 – The Twelve Days of Privacy 2014

Our series last year was a reader favorite, so we decided to put our prognosticator hats on again and present:

12 Days of Privacy

Rather than look back at 2014, starting tomorrow, the Privacy & Security blog will count down The 12 Days of Privacy, looking ahead to what we might expect in 2015 and what we might be talking about in the year to come.

Don’t miss a day starting tomorrow!

  • Day One – 12/9 – California Dreaming … New Legislation Effective January 1

  • Day Two – 12/10 – Through the Looking Glass: Privacy Litigation

  • Day Three – 12/11 -What the 2015 Proxy Season Might Bring……

  • Day Four – 12/12 – Cyberliability Policies: What to Expect in 2015

  • Day Five – 12/15 – Does Santa Claus Have to Comply  with EU Data Protection Laws: 2015 Compliance Considerations for Non-EU Companies

  • Day Six – 12/16 – Location Services Regulatory Prospects for 2015: Mobile Phones, Autos, Wearables

  • Day Seven – 12/17 — Hacks and the State Actor:  What Sony Portends…..

  • Day Eight – 12/18 – Health Data Sharing – How much is too much?

  • Day Nine – 12/19 -OCR Corrective Action Planning in 2015:  The Gift That Keeps on Giving

  • Day Ten – 12/22 — Questions of Authority:  Who is “the cop” on the Privacy and Data Security Beat?

  • Day Eleven – 12/23 – ISO and the Courts:  How Your Coverage is Likely to Narrow in 2015 (and why….)

  • Day Twelve – 12/24 – Wearables:  What will that new gadget be spilling about you?

Join us each day as we celebrate the 12 Days of Privacy, v.2014!

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About this Author

Cynthia Larose, Privacy, Security, Attorney, Mintz Levin, Law Firm, electronic transactions lawyer

Cynthia is Chair of the firm’s Privacy & Security Practice and a Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP).  She represents companies in information, communications, and technology, including e-commerce and other electronic transactions. She counsels clients through all stages of the “corporate lifecycle,” from start-ups through mid- and later-stage financings to IPO, and has broad experience in technology and business law, including online contracting issues, licensing, domain name issues, software development, and complex outsourcing transactions.

Cynthia has extensive...