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Charles Glover is an associate in the Intellectual Property Practice Group in the firm's New York office.

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After waiting 16 years for a call, the FCC is finally back on the line. Last month the FCC updated their 16-year-old data breach notification rule. The updated rule makes drastic changes to the previous FCC notification requirements. However, many will already be familiar with the new requirements as they merge those found in state data breach notification laws in to the FCC context. Regulators may have felt wired to make these change in light of the new SEC rules, about which we have also previously written, that went into effect last month. Regardless of their motives, the FCC determined that the line had been ringing to for too long and it was time to pick up where they had left off 16 years ago.

Continue Reading Operator? I’d like to Report a Data Breach—The FCC’s Updated Data Breach Rule

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Charles Glover is an associate in the Intellectual Property Practice Group in the firm's New York office.

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