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Cautiously, Europe Embraces Government & Enterprise Cloud Computing

Last week the European Commission’s panel on privacy, commonly known as the Article 29 Working Party, provided long-awaited clarity (in the form of an “Opinion”) on whether and how European governments and private enterprise can utilize cloud computing technology in their operations, including processing personal information and other protected data. Cloud computing is a broad … Continue Reading

Facebook Implements California Consumer Privacy Protections In Rolling Out Its New App Center

As part of the strategic rollout of its new App Center, Facebook wrote a letter (the “Letter”) [See the full letter from Facebook’s Chief Privacy Officer] to California’s Attorney General Kamala D. Harris (“CA Attorney General”) agreeing to become a signatory to, and implement the privacy protections detailed under, the CA Attorney General’s Joint Statement of … Continue Reading