Consumer law focus of our practice touches on a variety of issues, i.e., data privacy, data security, privacy, fraud, defamation, commercial misrepresentation, misappropriation of identity, false light, Anti-SLAPP, record retention violations, public records issues, and doxing. Our counsel embraces the legal requirements regarding data management, storage, cyber communication, technology, intellectual property, computer use policies and internet use, all with a focus of consumer protection. The issues we deal with also cover cloud computing services and other digital business aspects.
Our practice embraces data security and privacy counsel compliance issues involving the Electronic Communication Privacy Act (ECPA); Economic Espionage Act; Federal and State Computer Fraud Abuse Act; Stored Communications Act (SCA); Electronic Communications Transactions Act (ECTA); Gramm-Leach-Bliley-Act (Financial Privacy); Drivers Privacy Protection Act; Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA), and much more.
As our personal lives continues in a the digital realm, our communications will always create data points that identify our behavior and the data we all generate. As such, data security will be an integral component of our social and business exchanges. Such digital means of social communicating, from reconciling our bank accounts, engaging in business dealings, or communicating with local, state, and federal government entities regarding our private financial and property interests will be instrumental in setting everyone’s digital profile. The importance of privacy protection and data security cannot be overstressed.