Privacy and Security



Consumer Data Privacy

California’s Consumer Privacy Act is the first U.S. comprehensive privacy law, and a wave of other states are considering similar legislation. As the law enters the implementation phase, this webinar considers its impact and the outlook for future privacy legislation. It also explores evolving public perceptions about privacy and issues to consider for the future. Watch this recorded webinar at your convenience. 


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Social Media Privacy Laws

State lawmakers began introducing legislation beginning in 2012 to prevent employers from requesting passwords to personal Internet accounts to get or keep a job. Similar legislation prohibits colleges and universities from requiring access to students’ social media accounts. Twenty-six states have enacted laws that apply to employers; 16 apply to educational institutions, and one (Wisconsin) applies to landlords.

Summit 2021


Privacy and Security


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Facial Recognition Gaining Measured Acceptance

Facial recognition technology has state lawmakers, government officials, businesspeople and consumers everywhere exploring the opportunities and benefits it may offer. So why have Amazon, IBM and Microsoft announced plans to limit their sales of the technology?



Data Privacy, State Legislation and the Pandemic

This podcast focuses on data privacy and features a discussion with Ted Claypoole, an attorney with Womble Bond Dickinson in Atlanta and one of the nation’s top legal experts on data privacy. Claypoole has more than 30 years of experience representing clients in in the public and private sector on issues related to software, data management and security.