Contributor: Annie C. Bai, CIPP/US

Annie C. Bai, CIPP/US, is a graduate of NYU School of Law. She works part time for the Entertainment Software Rating Board, speaks on privacy law for New Directions for Attorneys at Pace Law School, consults with Mezzobit and contributes to blog.security-breaches.com. She externed in the privacy group of Wiggin and Dana LLP earlier in 2013 and is currently leading a privacy audit for Single Stop USA. Annie is a Data Neutrality Privacy Fellow.

Practical Privacy

COPPA, Behavioral Ads, Mobile Marketing and Other Big PPS Takeaways

By Annie C. Bai

Jed’s not the only one who was having a good time at last week’s Practical Privacy Series in NYC. Across the way, many of us found that an entire day was barely enough to devote to Online Marketing. First, it was all about the kids, then it was all about the web, and finally we ended with a rousing roundtable on Big Data. Here are some of the tidbits from the day that caused me to take pause and...

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Breach Notification

The Many Lives of PII

By Annie C. Bai

Can you believe how many different state laws we privacy pros need to reference just to determine what is PII? I mean, how many definitions could there be for one short phrase? I am not talking about Pi, the mathematical term, but the acronym for the likewise complex concept of “personally identifiable information.” 

The definition of PII is important because it is a trigger for breach...

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