Blame Hollywood: A Conversation with Stewart Baker, former General Counsel of the National Security Agency

by Saad Gul and Michael E. Slipsky   Editor’s Note: In the world of cyber law, privacy and cybersecurity, one of the largest and most colorful figures is Stewart Baker, whose resume includes a stint as General Counsel at the National Security Agen ...[Read more]

Published: 2/14/2017 | 0  Comments | 0  Links to this post

Six Months In, Privacy Shield Is Battered But Holding: 3 Notable Developments in U.S-E.U. data transfers

Six Months In, Privacy Shield Is Battered But Holding: 3 Notable Developments in U.S-E.U. data transfers   By Saad Gul and Michael E. Slipsky   The United States has traditionally taken a libertarian approach to data privacy: “what is not forbid ...[Read more]

Published: 12/19/2016 | 0  Comments | 0  Links to this post

Data Is The New Oil? A Discussion with Justice Barbara A. Jackson of the North Carolina Supreme Court

​Data Is The New Oil? A Discussion with Justice Barbara A. Jackson of the North Carolina Supreme Court   By Saad Gul and Michael E. Slipsky   Justice Barbara Jackson, the 96th Associate Justice of the North Carolina Supreme Court, serves as the ...[Read more]

Published: 12/13/2016 | 0  Comments | 0  Links to this post

The States Also Rise: Recent Settlements Illustrate Potential Pitfalls Regarding Children’s Privacy Laws

The States Also Rise: Recent Settlements Illustrate Potential Pitfalls Regarding Children’s Privacy Laws   By Saad Gul and Mchael E. Slipsky   Earlier this summer, we highlighted a settlement where the FTC had proposed its largest fine to date u ...[Read more]

Published: 10/14/2016 | 0  Comments | 0  Links to this post

About the Editors

​​Saad Gul, a former computer consultant, is a partner in Poyner Spruill's cyberlaw and privacy practice in Raleigh. Follow him on twitter @NC_Cyberlaw. Saad advises clients on a wide range of privacy, data security, and cyber liability issues, incl ...[Read more]

Published: 9/1/2016 | 0  Comments | 0  Links to this post