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Posted in Data Protection & Privacy, Policy & Regulation Timothy TobinHarriet PearsonMark BrennanBret Cohen

California DoJ Sets March 8 Deadline for CCPA Pre-Rulemaking Comments

The California Department of Justice has announced a March 8, 2019 deadline for submitting written pre-rulemaking comments on the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). The March 8 deadline is an extension from the previously set end-of-February deadline.

Pursuant to section 1798.185(a) of the CCPA, the California Attorney General (AG) is obligated to solicit broad public participation and adopt regulations to … Continue Reading

Posted in Telecoms & Broadband Sean Spivey

Telecom Convergence: Nirvana or Nightmare?

I’m currently watching a wonderful new show called “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,” on Amazon Prime.  It’s a comedy about a recent divorcee in Manhattan in the early 1960s who decides to become a stand-up comedian.  As I’m watching the show my thoughts drift to the magnitude of difference between the fictitious Midge Maisel watching Bob Newhart on her 1960s-era television … Continue Reading

Posted in Data Protection & Privacy

Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act Procedures and Guidance Released

The Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act of 2015 (CISA) provides limited liability protection and information disclosure protections for private-to-private and private-to-government cybersecurity information sharing. On February 16, 2016, two key U.S. agencies released a set of documents describing how CISA’s provisions are expected to work in practice. The materials released by the  Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the Department of … Continue Reading