Posted on 07/22/2021 at 09:33 AM by John Lande
The global pandemic forced organizations of all kinds and sizes to change the ways they interact with their employees, customers, and clients.
We have previously reviewed efforts in Iowa, for example, to enact California-style data privacy legislation. Organizations that operate in multiple states need to be aware of any applicable data privacy requirements in those jurisdictions as well.
The pandemic has and will continue to re-shape business practices. As we continue to adapt to this changed world, it is important to make sure that our policies and representations to potential business partners are consistent with this changed reality.
Shareholder Attorney John Lande is chair of Dickinson Law's Cybersecurity, Data Breach, & Privacy practice group. For more information on his practice, click here.
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