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With the advent of the novel coronavirus COVID-19, many organizations around the world are undergoing a seismic shift on an accelerated timeline towards telework or remote working for some or all employees. In addition to ensuring that the networks, VPNs, and other IT resources are capable of supporting such a shift, organizations that have not built such teleworking into their disaster preparedness plans should be aware of, and take steps to mitigate, the cybersecurity and…

Many employers in the US are grappling with appropriate efforts to contain and protect the workforce against COVID-19. Those efforts include employee and visitor screening activities that range from requiring all personnel to provide an affirmation upon admission to a worksite to taking vital signs or other hands-on screenings. But are those screening activities lawful under applicable privacy and confidentiality laws in the US? And what should employers do when they have reason to suspect…

On February 7, 2020, the California Attorney General released its revised draft implementing regulations for the California Consumer Privacy Act. The revised regulations are not yet final. The California AG will accept written comments regarding the updated regulations until 5:00 pm (PST) on Tuesday, February 25, 2020. The following is a high-level overview of the key new requirements under the updated regulations that are important for businesses to consider in connection with their CCPA compliance…

Joining this episode of Connect on Tech is Brandon Moseberry, a partner in Baker McKenzie’s Chicago office. Brandon will discuss cookies and trackers, a critical, complex issue. In this episode, you will hear: What cookies and trackers are and how they workWhether the usage of these cookies and trackers constitute a sale under the CCPABrandon’s predictions on further developments and solutions, as well as his tips on how companies should tackle this issue https://open.spotify.com/episode/3bH4DQCueXySQkOOqUbK9R