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Privacy and the Law: What You Need to Know About New Technology Changes

(488 reviews)

Produced on January 28, 2015

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Course Information

Time 61 minutes
Difficulty Advanced

Course Description

This course, presented by In House Counsel Joseph Bambara, examines what legal privacy expectations individuals are entitled to when using various electronic mediums. This program examines the questions and answers to these emerging privacy issues as well as the Supreme Court decisions that touch upon this extremely prevalent issue. 


Learning Objectives: 

I.     Grasp history and trends of US privacy laws at state and federal levels 

II.    Examine US privacy laws at state and federal levels to illustrate how many are inapplicable to today's technology, which causes issues for prosecutors as well as technology providers 

III.   Advise on best practices for handling breach of privacy investigation or litigation 

IV.   Summarize privacy law for each potential intruder/ accessor: government, employer private enterprise public across each medium: phone, GPS, cloud, social media, web browsing


Program Attorney: Sigalle Barness

Credit Information

This course is pre-approved for CLE credit in the following states. If your state is not listed, contact support for more information on how to receive credit


Joseph J. Bambara


Joseph J Bambara, Esq., CIPP/US has a private practice as Counsel for law firms as well as affiliate marketing, media and technology firms. He is expert in developing blockchain ICO’s, business organization, privacy policy, trademark/copyright applications, notice and compliance, eDiscovery and cyberSecurity for media, advertising, retailing and big data, as well as software licensing/ contracting for all platforms (enterprise, mobile, and client). He is expert in legal compliance with State and Federal laws, including ECPA, HIPAA, COPPA, CAN-SPAM, TCPA and DMCA. He is the co-chair of the New York County Lawyers Association Law and Technology Committee.In a parallel career, he is an Entrepreneur/Technologist for architectural and software development firms. He has experience with experience in blockchain, cyber security, banking, financial, manufacturing, healthcare and legal applications. He is the author of “Blockchain: A Practical Guide to Developing Business, Law, and Technology Solutions” as well as 10 other internationally published books on software development covering the Blockchain, Java, SQL and related technologies.


Michael G.

very good

Anita O.

Really informative. One of my favorites thus far.

Stephen A.

Excellent presentation.

Dena R.

super-signing up for his other courses

John A.


Lee H.

Excellent presentation!!! The problem for me is my lack of sophistication regarding the digital world, the data which might be sought or how it's stored, and the complexity of the statutory and regulatory world which is applicable!!! In other words, I'm in the dinosaur age when it comes to computers!!!

Thomas C.

Thank you.

Janine W.

Very good overview and very timely.

Jeannette T.

Great slides

Natalie G.

Good information. I will be referring to this in the future.

Michael L.

Speaker was interesting and well informed. Material was topical, and helpful.

Leslie D.

Very interesting!

Bradley C.

Great job

Joseph B.

Very well organized and quite informative.

Milton M.

Excellent survey of privacy law's intersection with technology and e-commerce, particularly as regards to ECPA.

julie y.


Andrew W.

Very good scope of cases and this should be a general reference for all attorney's regardless of speciality.

Richard N.

Very informative. Great Class.

Jeffrey M.

One of the hottest topics in law right now. Glad to see it as a CLE course offering!

Lynn H.

This was an excellent program, well presented, very interesting, and lots of worthwhile content

Andrew S.

good job

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