PrivacyLaw consists of two parts, a State and Federal Law Database Section modeled after StateLaw Counselor, that covers a wide range of issues within the subjects of data privacy, data security, and marketing, and a Legal Reporter Section, like CARLAW and HouseLaw, which is a monthly, multi-faceted legal reporting service for legal compliance specialists who are responsible for issues regarding data privacy, data security, and marketing across a wide range of industries.
The State and Federal Law Database covers the subjects of data privacy, data security, and marketing. Within each of the 14 subject matters, PrivacyLaw provides a general overview of the regulatory approach of each state as well as the federal government, including covered entities and conduct, explains applicable standards in detail, describes available exceptions and safe harbors, and outlines possible penalties in the event of violations. The covered subject matters include: (1) Data Collection, Sharing, and Use; (2) Data Security; (3) Data Disposal; (4) Data Breach Notification; (5) Identity Theft Mitigation and Prevention; (6) Social Security Numbers; (7) Spyware, Adware, and Behavioral Advertising; (8) Unfair or Deceptive Acts and Practices; (9) Telemarketing; (10) Email Marketing; (11) Marketing Via Fax; (12) Direct Mail Marketing; (13) Sweepstakes; and (14) Home Solicitation Sales.
The State and Federal Law Database contains links to nearly all state laws and regulations cited using LexisNexis®. The LexisNexis cites are provided at no additional cost for our users and are available whether or not a user is a LexisNexis subscriber.
The Legal Reporter component of PrivacyLaw is a monthly, multi-faceted legal reporting service for legal compliance specialists who are responsible for issues regarding data privacy, data security, and marketing across a wide range of industries. It is compiled from a number of sources in an effort to present a comprehensive monthly report of legal developments in these areas.
The Legal Reporter section will keep you informed. We personally select important developments and as they arise deliver them to subscribers electronically via Email Alerts. Once a month, we publish a full report of the prior month's developments. The full report contains the complete text of all reported cases, newly enacted state legislation, state and federal regulations, and state attorney general opinions. It also contains summaries of each reported case as well as various other items of interest to subscribers.
Our legal reporting services rely upon numerous computerized searches to track state legislation, regulatory developments, and state attorney general opinions. The results of these searches are reviewed to identify developments that are likely to be of interest to subscribers. Hudson Cook, LLP contributes material for publication, and materials from other sources (including materials provided by subscribers) are added to items identified in the computer search.
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