Just as the Sword in the Stone could only be used by its rightful owner, the Privacy Shield can only be claimed by the rightfully certified entities. If not, false representations may stir Federal Trade Commission action. The FTC recently announced their first enforcement actions involving the EU-US Privacy Shield framework, settling complaints with three US companies.
Eva J. Pulliam
Eva Pulliam is a member of the Cybersecurity & Data Protection group and focuses her practice in the areas of data privacy & security, advertising and marketing, e-commerce, and intellectual property.
Eva’s work focuses heavily on counseling clients regarding data collection, use, and transfer, as well as the development of appropriate internal and external-facing policies to govern such practices. For example, Eva works frequently with issues involving cross border data transfers and international data privacy law compliance. Additionally, she has experience with helping clients comply with US federal and state regulations that impact data collection, storage, use, and disclosures as they relate to children, financial institutions, and others. She also continues to review emerging laws in the privacy area as they impact clients’ data collection, maintenance, and breach procedures.
As a member of the advertising team, Eva also reviews advertising materials and advises clients on federal and state laws, including unfair and deceptive trade practice regulations enforced by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) as well as FTC guidance related to green marketing, e-mail marketing, and telemarketing. Some of Eva's notable experience is in the area of online gaming and lottery regulations. Eva also has experience drafting and reviewing promotion rules for contests and sweepstakes, as well as assisting clients with prize fulfillment and other aspects of client promotions.
Eva’s work in the intellectual property group includes policing, clearing, registering, and enforcing clients’ trademarks. She also handles various matters, including domain name issues and infringements.
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Blog Posts by Eva J. Pulliam
Major regulatory changes in data governance recently went into effect in Japan and China that are likely to impact organizations doing business in these Asian markets. While the regulations are long-awaited, their implementation follows on the heels of the global Wannacry ransomware data scare and at the same time as companies attempt to prepare for the European General Data Protection Regulation. Both countries’ changes warrant reviews of company policies and procedures, but they are also quite different: Japan’s straightforward amendments focus on consumer information and data protection, while China turned a controversial focus to network operators managing data.
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