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As Wearable Technology Booms, Sports and Athletic Organizations at all Levels Face Privacy Concerns

As wearable and analytics technology continues to explode, professional sports leagues, such as the NFL, have aggressively pushed into this field. (See Bloomberg). NFL teams insert tiny chips into players shoulder pads to track different metrics of their game. During the 2018-2019 NFL season, data was released that Ezekiel Elliot ran 21.27 miles per hour … Continue Reading

Kentucky Enacts a Data Breach Notification Law and Protects Student Data in the Cloud

Kentucky Gov. Steve Beshear signed H.R. 232 on April 10, 2014, making the Commonwealth the 47th state to enact a data breach notification law. The law also limits how cloud service providers can use student data. A breach notification law in New Mexico may follow shortly. Data Breach Notification Mandate The Kentucky law follows the same general structure of … Continue Reading

Social Media For Universities and Colleges–Beyond Recruiting

In connection with its coverage of national signing day, ESPN.com recently highlighted that social media is increasingly being utilized by coaches to contact, recruit and gather information about players. For players, it’s a way to get recruited, control the message and interact with fans and other recruits at unprecedented levels.  And, like in the workplace, misuse … Continue Reading
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