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Molly F. Martinson

Molly F. Martinson

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Molly is a member of the firm’s Privacy & Data Security practice group. She advises clients on matters including data breach notification, HIPAA compliance, and state and federal laws that impact collection, storage, use, and protection of personal information such as the Telephone Consumer Protection Act, CAN-SPAM, COPPA, and the Song-Beverly Credit Card Act. She helps clients assess the privacy and data security risks associated with new initiatives, assists clients with the identification and implementation of risk-mitigating controls, and administers privacy and data security investigations and assessments. She also regularly prepares and revises privacy notices and contracts to account for the requirements of the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

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Second Bite at the Apple: Apple’s Account Deletion Requirement Finally Goes into Effect. Is Your Mobile App Compliant?

On June 30, after a 5-month delay from the originally-scheduled effective date (to give app developers more time to comply), Apple’s new…

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Ignore Evolving Security Threats at Your Own Risk: OCR Raises Stakes on Cybersecurity in the Health Care Sector

OCR’s recent focus on cybersecurity in the health care sector sends a clear message to HIPAA covered entities and business associates: OCR expects you to…

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5 Key Takeaways from the EDPB’s Final Guidelines on Examples Regarding Personal Data Breach Notification

Following a public consultation on an initial version released last January, the European Data Protection Board (“EDPB”) last month adopted a final version of its…

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Transfer Tedium: Adapting the New SCCs to Account for Transfers from Switzerland and the UK

As the September 27th deadline to implement the new Standard Contractual Clauses (“SCCs”) approaches, many privacy practitioners are working overtime to help…

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Work in Progress: Substantial Revisions Recommended to the European Commission’s Draft New Standard Contractual Clauses

Last week, the European Data Protection Board (“EDPB”) and the European Data Protection Supervisor (“EDPS”) published a joint opinion on the European Commission’s (“EC”)…

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Here We Go Again: New Consumer Privacy Law Passed in California Through Ballot Initiative

If you’ve been craving consistency and finality in the data privacy regulatory landscape after learning that the “final” regulations of the CCPA are…

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Zoom and Gloom: Early CCPA Lawsuits Against Zoom Seek to Expand Private Right of Action

Although we are still a little less than two months away from CCPA enforcement by the California Attorney General, the CCPA’s private right of action…

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Don’t Forget Truthfulness: FTC Uses Section 5 Authority to Police Deceptive Statements in Collection Notice and Website Privacy Policy

If you’re like us, you have probably noticed a recent trend of companies updating their website privacy policies to address the California Consumer Privacy Act…

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Nevada’s New Privacy Law: More Bark than Bite

Much ink has been spilled in the last few weeks over the recently-enacted Nevada consumer privacy law (SB 220) that permits consumers to opt out…

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