In the second part of a podcast series on autonomous driving vehicles, Philip N. Yannella, Co-Practice Leader of Ballard Spahr’s Privacy and Data Security Group, speaks to Joe Raczynski, a legal technologist and futurist for Thomson Reuters Legal, about the security and regulatory issues affecting driverless vehicles. Continue Reading Check Out Our Podcast on Autonomous Driving Vehicles

The FTC has released its annual report summarizing its activity during 2017 relating to privacy and data security issues.  In its self-declared role as “the nation’s primary privacy and data security enforcer,” the FTC outlines 10 privacy cases and 4 data security cases that it brought in 2017, including Uber Technologies (transportation service), Vizio (television manufacturer), Blue Global (lead generator), Upromise (college rewards program), ACDI Group (an alleged debt buyer), TaxSlayer (tax preparation service), and D-Link (wireless routers and Internet cameras). In addition, the FTC also brought its first actions to enforce the EU-US Privacy Shield in 2017. The FTC report also described its activities relating to international enforcement, children’s privacy, and Do-Not-Call. Continue Reading FTC Releases Annual Privacy and Data Security Update