DASHBOARD Act Requires Companies Disclose How They are Using Personal Data and for How Much – The DASHBOARD Act Explained

The newly introduced DASHBOARD (Designing Accounting Safeguards to Help Broaden Oversight And Regulations on Data) Act, introduced by Senators Mark Warner (Democrat from Virginia) and Josh Hawley (Republican from Missouri), requires companies to tell users not only exactly what they are doing with their personal date, but also to tell them how much their personal…

Attorney-Client Privilege and Confidentiality Explained in Plain English

The attorney-client privilege is, in essence, the right of both the client and the attorney to be sure that information that the client provides to their attorney cannot be accessed by third parties. Attorney-client privilege is actually an evidentiary rule, that is, a rule of law. This is different from an attorney’s duty of confidentiality…