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Data Security and Privacy in Massachusetts

Breach prevention, compliance, and the safeguarding of privacy

626 pages in 1 volume (printed book)
2nd Edition 2018
© 2018 MCLE, Inc.
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In the era of big data, issues of privacy, security breach prevention, and the need for compliance with federal law have come to dominate the practice of information governance in commercial and institutional settings. If you counsel a business or an institutional entity, knowledge of the regulations is critical. Written by experts in this complex and ever-evolving area of the law, this book provides you with a working familiarity with data security compliance, breach prevention, and the protection of privacy.

**Winner of the Association for Continuing Legal Educations 2016 Award for Outstanding Achievement in Publications**

Recent updates:

  • Update: January 2018

    Dear Subscriber:

    Thank you for purchasing the 2018 edition of Data Security and Privacy in Massachusetts. In this edition, you will find updates on a multitude of topics, including:

    • Wiretapping; recent case law. See Chapter 2 for a discussion of the Wiretap Act with regard to the interception of Wi-Fi communications.
    • Credit security freezes. See Chapter 4 for a discussion of how Massachusetts consumers can request a security freeze, also called a credit freeze, on the consumer's file with a CRA. G.L. c. 93, § 62A.
    • Regulation P of the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act; FTC settlement with Chapter 5 includes perspectives on the FTC's proposed settlement with, and on the privacy rule (known as Regulation P under the CFPB version) generally.
    • Negative online reviews. Chapter 7 includes commentary on a 2016 case where a business sued Yelp, Inc. alleging business defamation based upon a negative consumer review, and the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals' ruling.
    • Federal Trade Commission litigation. See Chapter 8 for discussion of two important FTC settlements in 2017.

    We at MCLE trust that you will find this new edition of Data Security and Privacy in Massachusetts useful in your practice and valuable in keeping your data security and data privacy library current.


    Maryanne G. Jensen, Esq., Director of Publications

Table of Contents

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Chapter 1 - Conceptions of Privacy and Security in a Digital World (Buy Chapter)
Chapter 2 - The Electronic Communications Privacy Act (Buy Chapter)
Chapter 3 - Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (Buy Chapter)
Chapter 4 - Fair Credit Reporting Act; Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act (Buy Chapter)
Chapter 5 - The Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA) (Buy Chapter)
Chapter 6 - Information Security in Health Care: HIPAA and HITECH (Buy Chapter)
Chapter 7 - Congressional Response to the Internet (Buy Chapter)
Chapter 8 - The Federal Trade Commission (Buy Chapter)
Chapter 9 - Survey of State Data Security and Privacy Law (Buy Chapter)
Chapter 10 - Massachusetts Data Security Law and Regulations (Buy Chapter)
Chapter 11 - Consumer/Retail Issues (Buy Chapter)
Chapter 12 - Network Service Providers (Buy Chapter)
Chapter 13 - Vendors and Business Associates (Buy Chapter)
Chapter 14 - Cyber Risk Insurance and Risk Management (Buy Chapter)
Chapter 15 - Privacy and Security in M&A Transactions (Buy Chapter)
Chapter 16 - Current Developments (Buy Chapter)



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