We see businesses addressing privacy issues on a daily basis. We receive annual privacy notices from our banks and sign privacy notices when we visit our doctor. Changes in privacy controls by online social media sites generate much controversy. But what obligations do businesses generally have for the personal information of individuals that they collect, use, store, and share?
These are the issues that noted Denver attorney Bruce L. Plotkin, chair of Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck’s Intellectual Property and Technology Group, will address next Wednesday, June 2, in a one-hour lunchtime program, To Use and Protect: Privacy Basics for Business.
Federal regulators and state legislators have been busy producing a significant number of new privacy requirements applicable to many businesses. This program will provide an overview of the privacy law landscape for businesses and focus on some of the most critical privacy issues that they face today.