Privacy is an issue that IT professionals would like to ignore. They usually feel that privacy is a real issue, but it is an issue that can complicate their professional lives in unexpected ways. Whether you are part of corporate IT or an IT vendor, privacy is a huge issue for you, not to be ignored.
At a seminar covering the Impacts of Privacy on Business in Denver, Christine Varney and her colleagues at Hogan & Hartson L.L.P. painted the changing legal landscape of privacy in vivid (and sometimes chilling) colors. Recent legislation has impacted database restrictions for financial service firms,1 health related firms,2 and commercial Web sites dealing with children.3 Combined with the legal activities of state governments and private class action suits, privacy is currently a lively area.
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