What’s trending on NP Privacy Partner



April 13, 2018

NP Privacy Partner

Author(s): Christopher G. Gegwich, Christopher J. Moro, Karina Puttieva, Steven M. Richard

Blockchain networks may hit a major roadblock, state legislatures continue to address evolving workplace privacy laws and more. Here’s what’s trending in data privacy and cybersecurity.

Data Breach

Should blockchain be exempt from the GDPR?

Compliance with GDPR's requirements poses challenges as blockchain technology grows in popularity.—Karina Puttieva

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Employee/Workplace Privacy

Employee privacy front-and-center in overhaul of Washington employment laws

State legislatures continue to address evolving workplace privacy laws.—Christopher G. Gegwich and Christopher J. Moro

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Privacy Litigation & Class Action

Seventh Circuit finds plaintiffs have standing in Barnes & Noble data breach suit

The Seventh Circuit examines what constitutes compensable harms affording standing to sue to data breach victims.—Steven M. Richard

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