Monthly Archives: May 2019

Pennsylvania County Faces Up To $67 Million In Damages For Distribution Of Criminal Record Information

A suburban Philadelphia county is facing a judgment of up to $67 million after a Pennsylvania federal jury found that it violated the Pennsylvania Criminal History Record Information Act. Pennsylvania’s Criminal History Record Information Act (“CHRIA”) governs the dissemination of

Posted in Privacy

The Value Of Quickly Disclosing A Data Breach

One of the first questions a company must answer after it discovers and remediates a data breach is, “What do we tell our customers?”  Companies may delay publicly announcing a data breach out of fear that doing so will harm

Posted in Data Breach
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