Feb 282015
 
 February 28, 2015  Featured News, Govt No Responses »

Libbie Canter writes: As we reported earlier today, the long-awaited White House draft of privacy and data security legislation has been released. While the United States does not today have a comprehensive privacy and data security law, the proposed Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights would impose a suite of substantive privacy and data [Read More…]

Feb 282015
 
 February 28, 2015  Breaches, Govt, Online No Responses »

Adam Steinbaugh, who has been all over this case from the get-go, writes: Last month, the FTC announced it intends to enter into a consent agreement with Craig Brittain, the operator of revenge porn site “Is Anybody Down?”  Brittain pretended to be a woman on Craigslist to deceive women into sending him nude photos, mocked their pleas to remove [Read More…]