Privacy & Data Security Video: Written Information Security Programs (WISPs) Under Massachusetts Law

In our third Privacy & Data Security video clip, attorney Sandra Kahn discusses the importance of a company's Written Information Security Program (WISP).  Specifically, Sandy explains the data security regulations that require every company that owns or licenses personal information about Massachusetts residents to develop, implement, and maintain a WISP. Make sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel …

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Privacy & Data Security Video: Privacy in M&A Transactions

In our second Privacy & Data Security video clip, MBBP Attorney Faith Kasparian discusses key privacy and data security issues that companies must consider when participating in an acquisition. Make sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel and to check out our Privacy & Data Security playlist for related videos.

Watch Attorney Howard Zaharoff in New “High-Level Overview of U.S. Privacy/Data Security Landscape” Video

For the next several weeks we will be releasing a series of eight videos of our attorneys discussing key privacy and data security considerations.  In our first video, Howard Zaharoff discuss the privacy and data security landscape, and provides an overview of the complex patchwork of state and federal laws governing privacy and data security in the United States. …

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Survey Says: Top NINE Intellectual Property Developments of 2015

By: Callie L. Pioli 2015 was another busy year in terms of intellectual property law, but luckily, MBBP has been carefully monitoring all of the important developments. There were many contenders for spots in our list, but only a select few could make the cut. Get a recap on 2015 (and prepare for success in 2016) by reading …

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Privacy for the Peeple

The concept behind the latest app startup, Peeple,  has been trending on almost every social and mainstream media outlet for weeks and has been collectively referred to as the “Yelp for People.” The app’s purpose is to allow users to rate individuals much the way they would a restaurant: one a one-five star rating system. Users must …

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