Head of DOJ Antitrust Division Addresses Implications of Data Privacy in the Era of Big Data

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Assistant Attorney General of the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), Antitrust Division, Makan Delrahim recently spoke at the University of Chicago’s Antitrust and Competition Conference and discussed how U.S. antitrust law should treat “big data.”  According to Delrahim, antitrust law is “flexible enough to address competition issues from emerging platforms,” including large tech companies like Google and Facebook that possess significant market share within their lines of business and simultaneously aggregate vast sums of personal data from consumers.

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Sedona Conference Working Group on Data Security and Privacy Liability Releases Draft Incident Response Guide

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The Sedona Conference®, a nonprofit research and educational think tank dedicated to the advanced study of law, particularly in information governance, has released its Incident Response Guide , open for public comment through June 19, 2018.  Drafted by Working Group on Data Security and Privacy Liability (WG11), the guide is meant to serve as a practical resource for practitioners dealing with the legal, technical, and policy issues related to data-related incidents – from distributed denial-of-service to ransomware attacks.

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