Apr 232019
 
 April 23, 2019  Posted by  Healthcare

Emily Willingham writes: A familiar scenario: As part of having your cholesterol checked, your clinician also orders a standard blood panel — a red blood-cell count, and then a breakdown showing the proportions of five types of white blood cells. Less familiar: Your cholesterol is fine (congratulations), but the white [Read More…]

Apr 232019
 
 April 23, 2019  Posted by  Court, Surveillance

Orin Kerr writes: In a new case, Taylor v. City of Saginaw, the Sixth Circuit has ruled that the common practice of parking enforcement officers “chalking” a tire to see if the car has been moved violates the Fourth Amendment.  I’m not sure the decision is correct.  But it’s plausible [Read More…]

Apr 232019
 
 April 23, 2019  Posted by  Featured News, Laws, Non-U.S.

Yan Luo, Zhijing Yu and Nicholas Shepherd of Covington & Burling write: On April 19, 2019, China’s Ministry of Public Security (“MPS”) released the final version of its Guideline for Internet Personal Information Security Protection (互联网个人信息安全保护指南) (the “Guideline”).  A previous version of the Guideline was released for public comments on [Read More…]

Apr 232019
 
 April 23, 2019  Posted by  Govt, Laws

Hunton Andrews Kurth writes: Earlier this month, the U.S. Department of Justice (“DOJ”) published a white paper entitled “Promoting Public Safety, Privacy, and the Rule of Law Around the World: The Purpose and Impact of the CLOUD Act” (“White Paper”). The Clarifying Lawful Overseas Use of Data Act (the “CLOUD [Read More…]