Cookie Sweep Day is coming! The French data protection authority CNIL will conduct a “cookie sweep” this coming September 15 to verify compliance with its recommendations on cookies and tracers
After the Snowden relevations, the European Union is finally getting its data privacy act together and it looks like a brutal fight is ahead, possibly leaving global corporations’ reliance on
Samsung has a very low legal barrier to overcome to challenge the Apple victory in the District Court of Northern California: it needs to show “substantial evidence” that the decision was
Outside a select group of specialists in IT law (and the even more limited and select group of data privacy law specialists), few company advisors or corporate legal departments truly understand how
In another of what will likely be many such lawsuits by pension funds, New York City Pension Funds filed a shareholder derivative action against Wal-Mart over the bribery and corruption scandal
On CNBC’s Squawk Box, tycoon, occasional presidential candidate, Reality TV star and bottled water purveyor Donald Trump was asked about Wal-Mart’s allegedly widespread bribery in Mexico.
France’s data privacy authority CNIL (acting under EU mandate) sent Google the following questionnaire in order to clarify a number of concerns on the policy’s implementation,
The SERAP (Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project) has added its voice to the calls for FCPA reform. In a press release, the Nigerian NGO proposes that the US DOJ and SEC allocate a