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April 17, 2015

NP Privacy Partner

Author(s): Valerie Breslin Montague, Rebecca Simone, David F. Crosby

Target settles with MasterCard, a surveillance-related suit is filed against the DEA, and the FCC announces its most recent telecommunications data breach settlement.

Data Breach

Target reaches data breach settlement with MasterCard

Settlement with payment card issuers worldwide is subject to prompt acceptance by those issuers.—Kate A.F. Martinez

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Federal data breach bill moves forward in the House of Representatives

Bipartisan data breach notification bill marches on and out of committee.—Kate A.F. Martinez

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Enforcement & Litigation

FCC announces large data breach settlement

Latest enforcement highlights telecommunications carriers’ need to monitor compliance.—Valerie Breslin Montague

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Suit alleges DEA collected phone records without suspecting criminal activity

Human Rights Watch files surveillance-related suit against DEA in California.—Rebecca Simone

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Mobile Technology & Websites

The intersection of Big Data and privacy

The intersection of Big Data and Privacy is a busy one—the ability to infer information about us is still in its infancy and already your privacy has been reduced to roadkill. The intersection of Big Data and Privacy is a busy one—the ability to infer information about us is still in its infancy and already your privacy has been reduced to roadkill.—David F. Crosby

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Cybersecurity

New York State publishes report on Cyber Security in the Banking Sector: Third-Party Service Providers

New York Department of Financial Services releases results of examination into banks’ third-party vendors and cybersecurity.—Kate A.F. Martinez

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Consumer Privacy

“Just because we can… should we?”

A marketing professional’s perspective on data and the “cool-to-creepy continuum.”—Philip Austin

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