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Jul 20

Is there a “Constitutional Right to Informational Privacy”?

Only July 8, 2015, the National Treasury Employees Union filed the second class action against (now former) OPM Director Archuleta stemming from the massive OPM data breach.  While the plaintiffs in the first OPM data breach lawsuit, briefly discussed here, alleged violations of the Privacy… Read More

Jul 08

Glass Houses: Comparing the FTC’s data security “guidance” against the OPM’s reported data security failures

On June 30th, the Federal Trade Commission issued data security “guidance” for business as part of its “Start with Security” initiative. According to the FTC, its new guidance is drawn from “lessons learned from the more than 50 law enforcement actions the FTC has announced… Read More