SchoolMapGraphic_HiResIn a series of blog posts, the Attorney Editors at Thomson Reuters Legal have compiled the latest legislation with their insight on the evolving nature of data security and privacy. Focusing on how technology drives legislation to balance convenience, identity protection, client confidentiality, and other interests, our Attorney Editors have outlined legal developments in four specific areas: police activity; consumer monitoring; the use of biometric identifiers; and the ethical obligations of attorneys. In addition to outlining the current state of the law, they detail pending and model legislation, describe technological developments, and share predictions on how these areas will continue to affect legal professionals and the businesses and people they serve.

I’m not ready for my close-up, officer: Law enforcement’s use of new technology vs. data privacy rights

Is your TV spying on you? FraudMapGraphic_HiRes

Data security and attorney ethics

Biometrics: How to regulate information security in an insecure world

Infographic (high-res): States that specifically include biometric data in their statutes on identity theft, fraud or breach notification

Infographic (high-res): States that specifically limit the collection and/or release of students’ biometric data