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Pratt's Privacy & Cybersecurity Law Report is a one-stop resource for all legal issues involving privacy and cybersecurity law. Written by the nation's leading privacy and cybersecurity attorneys and professionals, Pratt's Privacy & Cybersecurity Law Report covers topics of interest to attorneys and law firms, in-house counsel, corporate compliance officers, government agencies and their counsel, senior business executives, and anyone interested in privacy and cybersecurity law.
Pratt's Privacy & Cybersecurity Law Report delivers first-rate analysis and commentary from the nation's top privacy and cybersecurity law practitioners on developments occurring in the full range of national and international privacy and cybersecurity law areas, including: identity theft; data management and security; cyberspace law; cyber terrorism; data mining; consumer privacy; Internet and media privacy; criminal email interception; financial institution privacy and data security developments; global privacy matters; government surveillance and access to personal data; cyber insurance issues; HIPAA; employee privacy rights; drone security; the "Internet of Things;" and much, much more!
Subscribe today and keep apprised of the ever changing and growing body of privacy and cybersecurity law with nine highly informative issues of Pratt's Privacy & Cybersecurity Law Report every year.
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