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Utah is the 2nd State to Create a Safe Harbor for Companies Facing Data Breach Litigation

In mid-March, Utah Governor Spencer Cox signed into law the Cybersecurity Affirmative Defense Act (HB80) (“the Act”), an amendment to Utah’s data breach notification law, creating several affirmative defenses for persons (defined below) facing a cause of action arising out of a breach of system security, and establishing the requirements for asserting such a defense. … Continue Reading

Keylogging–Jurisdictions at Odds Over Privacy Concerns

Keystroke logging (or “keylogging”) is the noting (or logging) of the keys struck on a computer keyboard. Typically, this is done secretly, so  the keyboard user is unaware his activities are being monitored. Several cases throughout the country have examined an employer’s use of keylogging.  Recently, the Criminal Court of the City of New York held … Continue Reading
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