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Global News Roundup

Find out about Google’s push to get its e-mail scanning case dismissed, changes to the HIPAA final rule, the latest FTC settlement, updates on proposals in California and new laws in New Jersey and Illinois—and those are just the U.S. developments. In Europe, one MEP has expressed “major concern” regarding two data breach notification schemes proposed under the draft Network and Information Security Directive and the planned General Data Protection Regulation.

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Weekly Legislative Roundup

With NSA news dominating privacy discussion in the mainstream media, it may be that a number of legislative developments flew under the radar this week. Make sure to read through last week’s Tracker updates on Rhode Island efforts to loosen patient confidentiality, California efforts to ban “revenge porn” and an Oregon bill that would bar law enforcement from using drones without a warrant.

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