Tag Archives: Business Privacy

Ponemon Institute Releases Second Annual Study on Data Breach Preparedness

The second annual study on data breach preparedness was released by the Ponemon Institute on September 24, and the study indicates that the number of companies that have had a data breach is on the rise. Ponemon Institute conducts independent research on privacy, data protection, and information security policy.  For the September 2014 study, Is … Continue Reading

Supreme Court Holds Corporations’ Secrets Not Protected By Freedom of Information Act Exemption for “Personal Privacy”

Under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), citizens have a right to obtain documents from federal agencies.  However, agencies may withhold documents from request for several reasons, including to protect “personal privacy.”  Does the exemption for “personal privacy” protect the privacy of corporations in addition to that of individuals?  In its recent decision in Federal Communications … Continue Reading
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