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Client Alert: European Court of Justice Strikes Down Safe Harbor Agreement For Data Transfer Between US and Europe

Insight John Isaza John Isaza · October 08, 2015
Europe’s highest court, the European Court of Justice, has stricken the Safe Harbor agreement that was designed to allow companies to move personally identifiable digital information such as people’s web search histories and social media updates between the European Union and the United States. Many companies had been

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Rimon’s John Isaza featured in TechTarget: RIM likely to lead strategy as privacy compliance becomes a priority

Insight John Isaza John Isaza · December 10, 2014

John Isaza, head of Rimon's Information Governance and Records Management Practice, was recently interviewed by TechTarget editor, Ben Cole. He shares insight on the changing role of records and information management professionals as businesses increasingly prioritize privacy compliance.

This interview originally appeared in TechTarget. You can read it at the original source here.

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Rimon’s John Isaza Moderating Panel at LegalTech West Coast: ARMA International Track

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Join Rimon John Isaza on June 25, 2014 in Los Angeles, California as he moderates a full day panel on “Information Governance: Strategies and Solutions for the Legal Environment,” ARMA International’s education track at LegalTech West Coast. ARMA International members may register to attend this special track of three

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Businesses Cannot Request and Record Consumers’ ZIP Codes

Insight February 23, 2011

In Pineda v. Williams Sonoma, the California Supreme Court California ruled that retailers may no longer ask customers for their zip code in a credit card transaction.

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Employee Emails From Company Computers Are Not Privileged

Insight February 11, 2011

A California appellate court in Holmes v. Petrovich ruled that an employee's emails sent to her attorney did not constitute "confidential communications between client and lawyer" when sent on a company computer.

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FTC Releases Privacy Report

Insight February 11, 2011

The Federal Trade Commission issued a preliminary report that proposes a framework to balance the privacy interests of consumers wtih innovation that relies on consumer information to develop new products and services. 

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