Header graphic for print
Steptoe Cyberblog

Tag Archives: COPPA

Episode 269: A McLaughlin Group for cybersecurity

Posted in Cybersecurity and Cyberwar, International, Security Programs & Policies

  Our interview guests are Dick Clarke and Rob Knake, who have just finished their second joint book on cybersecurity, The Fifth Domain. We talk about what they got right and wrong in their original book. There are surprising flashes of optimism from Clarke and Knake about the state of cybersecurity, and the book itself… Continue Reading

FTC’s Online Privacy Campaign Goes into High Gear

Posted in Privacy Regulation, Security Programs & Policies

The Federal Trade Commission is really on a roll these days. In the last few weeks alone it has: reached settlements with two companies, Compete, Inc. and Epic Marketplace, Inc., over the FTC’s charges that the two companies deceived consumers by misrepresenting their online data collection practices; released a blistering report criticizing the developers of mobile apps… Continue Reading

California Boosts Privacy Enforcement

Posted in Data Breach, Privacy Regulation

California Attorney General Kamala Harris announced yesterday that she is creating a Privacy Enforcement and Protection Unit in her office. The PEPU, which will consist of six prosecutors, will be responsible for prosecuting companies that violate the state’s privacy laws. California, of course, has been at the vanguard of privacy protection, enacting the nation’s first… Continue Reading