The National Restaurant Association recently released a new guide for restaurant operators looking for more information on how to increase their cybersecurity efforts.

In 2015, the National Restaurant Association released its first manual for restaurant owners called “Cybersecurity 101: A Toolkit for Restaurant Operators” [PDF] which outlined best practices on five core areas

This week, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) updated its guidance for businesses on complying with the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Rule (COPPA) .   If a website operator or operator of online services collects personal information from kids under 13, then the business must comply with COPPA.   The definition of “personal information” is broad and includes

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Copyright: wattanaphob / 123RF Stock Photo

The Radio Shack bankruptcy case raised a fundamental question regarding the sale of personally identifiable customer information: Can it be done? The answer is “Probably”. (You expected anything else?)

When Radio Shack filed for bankruptcy protection, it had collected personally identifiable customer information respecting

A few months ago we wrote about the FTC’s decision to launch a Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights. One of the more interesting things about the Bill of Rights was that the FTC seemed to be setting up a regime where a company’s voluntary decision to "opt-in" to the regime could become the basis