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Recap of Covington’s Privacy By Design Workshop

As we previously reported, Covington was selected from thousands of applicants to host a Privacy by Design bootcamp and workshop during last week’s South by Southwest (“SXSW”) Interactive festival, which featured five days of compelling presentations and panels from industry leaders in emerging technology.  SXSW designs workshops in particular to provide in-depth, hands-on education taught … Continue Reading

Internet of Things Poses a Number of Significant Data Protection Challenges, Say EU Watchdogs

The Article 29 Data Protection Working Party (“Working Party”), the independent European advisory body on data protection and privacy, comprised of representatives of the data protection authorities of each of the EU member states, the European Data Protection Supervisor (the “EDPS”) and the European Commission, has identified a number of significant data protection challenges related … Continue Reading

Key Privacy Takeaways from #SXSW

With the ongoing public dialogue concerning the intersection of technological innovation, national security, and privacy that followed Edward Snowden’s revelations of classified information last year, it is no surprise that privacy and security were top themes at SXSW Interactive this year.  The following summarizes key points made about privacy throughout the Interactive conference, which ended … Continue Reading

EU Data Privacy Rules to Extend to All Software and Hardware Manufacturers — Regardless of Whether They Process Personal Data?

As we reported last week, MEP Jan Philipp Albrecht, the rapporteur for the lead European Parliament Committee (LIBE) for the proposed EU Data Protection Regulation, has released a controversial report on the Commission’s proposal.  There have been several news articles and commentaries in recent days about numerous aspects of the report — including the threat … Continue Reading
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