Posts cover governmental regulations in the United States and Europe regarding privacy and data security.
"We write about international business, trade and tax law."
Posts cover legal news related to bankruptcy, real estate, and Internet law.
"Modern-day litigation, cyber defamation, and law in sports and entertainment."
"Legal developments involving the Internet and new technologies." Most posts summarize federal and state court decisions related to social media, blogging and copyright.
Posts cover e-discovery, technology law, data security, First Amendment issues and privacy law topics.
Posts cover news related to the United States' national security law and policy, analysis of that news, and daily updates on military action around the world.
Posts cover legal issues related to privacy and social media as well as pointing readers toward law practice technology and where to access to primary and secondary source legal materials.
Posts cover issues related to laws such as the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act and Communications Decency Act; laws and litigation related to data breaches, and rulings by the Federal Communications Commission.
This blawg covers copyright and Internet law issues that arise in Canada.
"In an increasingly competitive and mobile workplace, non-compete agreements and trade secret laws have become necessary tools for employers to protect their valuable customer relationships and confidential information and to avoid unfair competition from former employees and competitors. Continual changes in non-compete and trade secrets law, as well as technological advances providing increasing avenues for unfair competition, make it imperative that businesses in all fields stay abreast of the latest developments in this area."
The blog offers legal news about privacy and security in the U.S., particularly cybersecurity and changing privacy laws like HIPAA and FERPA.
"IP issues of importance in science, technology, health care, education, media and the arts."
Posts boil down legal concepts—such as patent strategy, warranty vs. indemnity—to basic summaries of no more than a single page.
"The payments industry continues to undergo dynamic change along many dimensions—for example, the macroeconomic environment, product design and value propositions, tender types, technology, the identity and number of market participants, corporate and portfolio transactions, the role of the networks, legislation and regulations, and even the underlying regulatory paradigm. At the same time, many processes, requirements and other features of the industry remain relatively unchanged. The DWT Payments Team addresses these changes and continuities every day, leveraging our many years of industry experience and our presence on both coasts and in China. With paymentlawadvisor, we offer commentary on new developments that seem particularly significant, as well as resources that we believe can be helpful to others who are tasked with anticipating, understanding and addressing these developments."
"Now nearly anyone with a laptop or a smartphone can become a publisher, with all the attendant benefits and risks. As new media pushes further into uncharted terrain, Post or Perish looks to navigate the often bewildering, but always entertaining, electronic landscape."
"Designed to stimulate discussion and help make sense of the global complexities of privacy and data security. The blog will coverthe key issues including: Latest news on the new EU regulation; commentary on new data privacy guidance as it happens; data breach and cybercrime; Information governance strategies; International data transfers; use of customer data; data audits; online / Internet concerns, including user-generated content and complying with data-centric laws; and privacy issues in outsourcing."
Posts take note of consumer protection laws around the world, privacy law litigation and cybersecurity legislation.
"Our goal is to share information that we feel is noteworthy, far-reaching, or of vital importance to organizations and individuals with an interest in privacy and security matters."
Posts cover federal and local government policies related to technology and social media; note reports of successful hackings of government websites; and provide information for individuals concerned about their own Internet security and online privacy.
This blawg is "a trusted source for summary and analysis of breaking legal developments in the evolving field of privacy and data security law."
Posts all related to privacy and data security issues, frequently about online databases.
“Provides a practical, business-focused discussion of the legal issues relating to the privacy and security of their data.”
"The blog's main goal is to inform its readers about the legal issues that confront those who utilize social media."
Blog is about outsourcing and hiring contract employees, cloud computing, technology, cost optimization and privacy and security. It's written for a corporate audience.