This course, presented by UCNY.com 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.
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
Really informative. One of my favorites thus far.
super-signing up for his other courses
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!!!
Very good overview and very timely.
Good information. I will be referring to this in the future.
Speaker was interesting and well informed. Material was topical, and helpful.
Very well organized and quite informative.
Excellent survey of privacy law's intersection with technology and e-commerce, particularly as regards to ECPA.
Very good scope of cases and this should be a general reference for all attorney's regardless of speciality.
Very informative. Great Class.
One of the hottest topics in law right now. Glad to see it as a CLE course offering!
This was an excellent program, well presented, very interesting, and lots of worthwhile content