Connecticut has become the second state in 2022 to enact a comprehensive privacy law and the fifth US state overall.
Advisors should begin to prepare reporting companies, beneficial owners, and applicants for their disclosure obligations under the Corporate Transparency Act
Category Trusts And Estates
Last year, the Supreme Court narrowed the scope of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (“CFAA”). In that case, the Court considered whether a police officer who used his valid credentials to access a police database for a nefarious purpose had “exceeded authorized access” under the CFAA. The Court determined that he had not, as his use of police-provided access credentials made his access authorized, even if the ultimate use of the data he accessed was improper.
President and co-founder of SOLA, School of Leadership Afghanistan, Shabana Basij-Rasikh, shares her personal story and her mission to advance access to education for girls in Afghanistan.
Category NP In Focus
The United States and the European Union reached a preliminary agreement that would allow companies to store data about European citizens on servers housed in the United States.
We’ve got another one! Utah is now the fourth state to enact comprehensive consumer privacy legislation.