Tag Archives: privacy

Temporal Changes in Informational Privacy Rights

by Bernard Bell — Wednesday, Feb. 20, 2019

Summary: California’s SB 1421 withdrew peace officers’ right of informational privacy in government files relating to officer-involved shootings and other alleged officer misconduct.  Does a presumption against retroactivity apply to the withdrawal of informational privacy rights such that SB 1421 presumptively applies only to investigative files regarding future alleged officer misconduct?  This post discusses the […]

The FCC’s Upcoming Privacy Rules and the Fragmentation of Internet Regulation

by Daniel Deacon — Wednesday, Mar. 16, 2016

Last week, the Federal Communications Commission announced that it would soon release an NPRM on consumer privacy. According to the Commission’s “fact sheet,” the Notice will propose a number of requirements on broadband Internet Service Providers, including an obligation not to share customer information with non-affiliated services without first obtaining the customer’s express consent. I […]