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Privacy Law

  • ID: 3510970
  • Book
  • March 2021
  • Region: United States
  • 1268 Pages
  • ALM Media, LLC

Privacy Law has been a valuable resource for the privacy and legal teams at AOL. Charlene Brownlee manages to keep it ‘real' as she lays out both applicable law and strategies for compliance. [It] is often the first place I turn to quickly access the key privacy resources I need to address global privacy issues.”  - Jules Polonetsky, Director and Co-chair of the Future of Privacy Forum

Privacy violations can occur at almost any level in an organization, with far-reaching consequences. Privacy Law thoroughly explains the legal obligations and potential liability of those who work with and share private information. It covers current law and emerging issues in depth, offering essential guidance on the privacy policies and practices organizations need to adopt to ensure compliance and the duty to notify employees and customers in the event of privacy breaches.

Beginning with the constitutional foundation of privacy rights, Privacy Law examines the impact of the laws, industry standards and consumer expectations regarding personal information and privacy in a variety of contexts, including: health care, financial institutions, the workplace, international business, e-commerce and corporate transactions.

Privacy officers, compliance officers, attorneys (both in private practice and in-house), record managers, IT staff, human resources and anyone else concerned with the steps that can and should be taken to protect privacy will find this book a constantly helpful resource.

Book #00686; looseleaf, one volume, 870 pages, published in 2006, updated as needed; no additional charge for updates during your subscription. Looseleaf print subscribers receive supplements. The online edition is updated automatically. ISBN: 978-1-58852-141-5

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Charlene Brownlee
Charlene Brownlee is an attorney and Certified Information Privacy Professional. She was formerly a partner in the law firm of Davis Wright Tremaine LLP in Seattle, Washington, where her practice focused on privacy, data security, e-discovery and information management. Ms. Brownlee assists clients in identifying, evaluating and managing risks associated with privacy and information security practices, and conducts privacy and data protection assessments and information security policy audits. She also advises clients on and drafts and negotiates contractual agreements concerning technology acquisition, data uses, security and confidentiality, and develops records management programs, including policies, procedures, and retention schedules and training modules. She participates in the Sedona Conference, is a member of the e-Discovery Advisory Group of the Association of Records Managers and Administrators, Inc. (ARMA) and the International Association of Privacy Professionals. She has lectured and published widely in the areas of records and information management and e-discovery, technology, and Internet law. Ms. Brownlee received her LLB in 1991 from the University of Manitoba, Canada, and is admitted to practice in Alberta, Canada and the state of Texas.
Blaze D. Waleski
Blaze D. Waleski is special counsel with Sullivan & Cromwell LLP in its New York office and administers the firm's Intellectual Property and Technology Practice. He focuses on Intellectual Property (IP) and Information Technology (IT) law, including data protection, security and privacy issues, and has assisted numerous companies in a wide variety of technology-related matters. These include IP and data transfers in mergers and acquisitions, information management and regulatory compliance, and IP, IT and data licensing. Mr. Waleski's bar association involvement includes the Executive Committee of the New York State Bar Association, Intellectual Property Law Section; the Internet Law Committee of the New York State Bar Association; the Information Technology Law Committee of the Association of the Bar of the City of New York; and the Technology Transactions Subcommittee of the New York State Bar Association. He has published and lectured widely on IP, IT and data protection, security and privacy law issues. Mr. Waleski received his J.D. from Rutgers University, where he was a member of the Law Review and Moot Court Board, and his B.A. from Fordham University. He is admitted to practice law in the states of New York and New Jersey as well as in the federal courts of those states.
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