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Video Feature: As a New Privacy Law Framework is Mulled, What Should Companies Be Doing?

29 April 2011

Hogan Lovells Privacy and Information Management practice Leader Chris Wolf recently was interviewed by the Bureau of National Affairs (BNA) in a video on what companies should be doing as changes in privacy law get mulled at the FTC, in Congress and internationally. Chris observes that companies collecting, using, sharing and storing personal data should anticipate change, and should begin to provide greater transparency about data collection and use, greater consumer choice over such collection and use, practice data minimization and use specification, and be prepared for changes in the law whether they come legislatively or through regulatory enforcement.

BNA graciously has given us permission to provide access to the video for readers of the Hogan Lovells Chronicle of Data Protection. View the video below or access it here

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