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FCC Petitions Tracker

Kelley Drye’s Communications Practice Group presents this comprehensive tracker of active Telephone Consumer Protection Act petitions before the Federal Communications Commission. (Updated monthly)Read Now... Read More

TCPA Tracker

TCPA Tracker Newsletter is produced monthly as a collaborative effort between Kelley Drye’s Litigation, Advertising/Privacy, Telecommunications and Insurance Recovery practices to help you stay current on Telephone Consumer Protection Act  (and related) matters, case developments and provide an updated comprehensive summary of TCPA petitions pending before the FCC.Read the latest post and subscribe here... Read More

The Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act Guide

Table of Contents   What is the GLBA? How does the GLBA relate to privacy? Who must follow the GLBA? Who enforces the GLBA? What is the Financial Privacy Rule? What is the Safeguards Rule? What is pretexting and what are pretexting provisions? What is the difference between a customer and a consumer? What are the privacy notice requirements for customers? What is nonpublic personal information? Who is a nonaffiliated third party? Are model privacy forms available? G... Read More

NSW Privacy Governance Framework

The Privacy Commissioner of New South Wales, Australia, created this online privacy tool to help NSW Departments and Agencies manage personal information and comply with state privacy laws.Access Tool... Read More

Financial Institutions Reform, Recovery, and Enforcement Act of 1989

After the savings and loans crisis of the 1980s, the U.S Congress passed FIRREA to enable financial regulators to levy penalties up to $5,000,000 for failure to comply with regulations. These penalties can be levied if a Financial institution fails to comply with the information privacy requirements contained in GLBA. Reference(s) in IAPP Certification Textbooks: US 67 Acronym: FIRREA Associated law(s): Gramm-Leach-Bliley  Act... Read More

Financial Industry Regulatory Authority

A corporation that acts as a regulator for brokerage firms and exchange markets. Its primary charge  is to make sure that security exchange markets, such as the New York Stock Exchange, operate fairly and honestly and to protect investors. Although it is a non-governmental regulator, ultimately it is subject to the regulations of the Securities and Exchange Commission along with the rest of the security exchange industry. Reference(s) in IAPP Certification Textbooks: Acronym: FINRA Associated... Read More