Monthly Archives: June 2010

Supreme Court Issues Quon Ruling

Breaking — The Supreme Court has issued its decision in City of Ontario, California v. Quon, ruling unanimously that the police department did not violate an officer’s Fourth Amendment rights when supervisors reviewed text messages transmitted using a work-issued pager.  In reaching this decision, the Court did not resolve whether the officer had a reasonable … Continue Reading

Hunton & Williams LLP Expands Global Privacy Practice Adding Counsel Wim Nauwelaerts in Brussels

Hunton & Williams LLP announces the expansion of its leading Global Privacy and Information Management practice with the addition on August 1, 2010, of Wim Nauwelaerts as Counsel in the Brussels office.  Formerly counsel in Hogan Lovells’ Brussels office, Mr. Nauwelaerts brings 15 years of experience in international privacy, data protection and information security law.  … Continue Reading

UK Data Breach Reporting Soars

More than 1,000 data security breaches have now been reported to the UK Information Commissioner's Office, including a recent breach involving the disclosure of sensitive financial information by Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs. … Continue Reading
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