November 2010 Privacy Law Top Blawgs

  1. Covers privacy laws and regulations.
  2. Covers privacy, crime and security online. From Wired News.
  3. Covers the Elvey v. TDAmeritrade case concerning information security, spam and identity theft.
  4. Covers privacy, liberty, security, economy and their interaction. By Andreas Busch.
  5. Discusses issues of media law and responsibility with a special focus on libel and privacy law and the balance between the two.
  6. Provides global privacy and information security law updates and analysis. By Hunton & Williams.
  7. Covers biometrics, HIPAA, identity theft, PATRIOT Act, phishing and more. By Davis Wright Tremaine.
  8. Covers trade secrets, noncompetes, privacy and security, the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, trademarks, copyrights, and business torts. By Russell Beck.
  9. Covers data privacy, identity theft, invasion of privacy, and national security legal issues. By Proskauer Rose LLP.
  10. Addresses recent events in trademark, copyright, computer and privacy law. By Christina Frangiosa.
  11. Covers privacy law and corporate privacy policy. By Peter Fleischer, Global Privacy Counsel for Google.
  12. Covers global privacy, data protection and cybersecurity regulatory and litigation environment. By Norton Rose Fulbright.
  13. Covers intellectual property law. By Raines Feldman.
  14. Covers cyber security, data privacy and regulatory compliance. By Orrick.
  15. Covers data breach prevention and responses. By Fox & Rothschild LLP.
  16. Covers privacy, data protection, information security, consumer protection, information management, records retention, cybercrimes and data breaches. By Montgomery McCracken Walker & Rhoads LLP.
  17. Analysis and Insight in Retail Law
  18. Covers business and privacy law. By Jeffer Mangels Butler & Mitchell LLP.
  19. Covers Swiss, European and international legal news. It focuses on data protection, privacy, technology law, IT/IP law, criminal law, administrative law, civil law, tax law, banking and finance law, bankruptcy, competition law and construction as well as real estate law.
  20. Brings together concepts that cut across traditional intellectual property lines, addressing both evolving technologies and concerns about privacy and data security. By Porter Wright.