Chair of Prince Lobel’s Data Privacy and Security Practice Group William S. Rogers, Jr. was quoted in an article for LegalTechNews this week, discussing Massachusetts laws around data breach notifications and best practices for companies. “I think there’s a little more flexibility in the Massachusetts statute that affords entities the ability to do more thorough investigations before making their breach notification,” said Rogers, “but I point out again that you can’t initially delay and claim you don’t know the full extent, [that] is not a valid excuse.” To hear more of Rogers’s thoughts, read the full article here (create a free log-in to access).
William S. Rogers, Jr. Quoted in LegalTechNews
January 24, 2019
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