Seminar: Website Privacy and Security for Businesses

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March 16, 2011
7:30 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. | Briggs and Morgan, Minneapolis

The Internet has become a dominant tool for both business and personal use, but with this growth the lines between private-public, business-personal, and opportunity-risk are blurred and are on a collision course with the emerging law. Please join Briggs and Morgan attorneys to learn how and what information is being collected, and what steps businesses can take to avoid risk.

How Third Parties Collect and Use Your Digital Data: Modern commercial products, business systems, and Internet sites collect and process enormous amounts of personal data. Does the modern user have an expectation of privacy?

Website Privacy Policies: Why have one, and what should it say?

Social Networking Policies and Pitfalls: A discussion about what employers can and cannot do when regulating employee use of social media.

Privacy and Data Security Update: A look at what’s happening today with state laws and regulations in regards to information.

Dan Rosenberg, shareholder; Business Law
Andrea Bond, shareholder; Business Law
Michael Wilhelm, associate; Employment, Benefits and Labor
Lyndsay Capeder, associate; Financial Institutions and Real Estate
Mark Lanterman, CEO and Chief Technology Officer, Computer Forensic Services

Registration and continental breakfast begins at 7:30 a.m. The seminar runs from 8 to 10 a.m. Please click here for more details.

Please RSVP by e-mail to Sarah Mohs by Thursday, March 10, 2011.