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Strategies for Complying With Privacy Laws While Collecting Employee Information Regarding the Coronavirus

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Most companies must collect and use information about their employees’ travel plans and health conditions to protect their workforce from the spread of coronavirus disease 2019 (“COVID-19”). This memorandum addresses strategies for U.S. companies to comply with various privacy laws in connection with these activities.

What the Last Year of Cyber Enforcement Tells Us About the FTC’s Compliance Expectations

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With 2019 coming to a close, we wanted to take a look at what can be learned from the FTC’s cybersecurity enforcement actions this year. As we have previously noted, the FTC came under criticism last year in the LabMD decision for not providing companies with sufficient clarity as to what it expects in terms of their cybersecurity measures.

DOJ Announces Revised Export Control and Sanctions Enforcement Policy for Companies, Including Financial Institutions

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On December 13, the U.S. Department of Justice’s National Security Division announced a new policy designed to encourage business organizations to make voluntary self-disclosures to the DOJ in connection with potentially willful export control and economic sanctions violations.