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March 20, 2020, Global Data Review

Dan Cooper spoke with Global Data Review about how telecommunications companies are providing data regulators location data to track the effects of social distancing in the wake of coronavirus. Mr. Cooper told GDR that the measures in Europe are “not too much of a concern” from a privacy perspective as the data being used by authorities is anonymized and ...

March 19, 2020, Bloomberg

David Stein spoke with Bloomberg about legislation from Senate Democrats to shield U.S. citizens from negative credit reporting for the duration of the new coronavirus crisis. Three senators are looking to throw out a rule where credit bureaus are required under the Fair Credit Reporting Act to collect negative information. Mr. Stein  says, “To the extent that ...

March 18, 2020, Politico

Scott Danzis is quoted in Politico regarding tracking medical device shortages and whether regulations requiring drug manufacturers to warn the government when a shortage seems likely should be applied to medical devices. Mr. Danzis says, “There's a balance that has to be struck between giving that information to FDA and creating additional reporting ...

March 18, 2020, The Wall Street Journal

David Martin is quoted in The Wall Street Journal regarding companies’ decisions to disclose potential COVID-19 infections of executives. Mr. Martin says that while companies have leeway on executive medical disclosures, they often have a strong incentive to provide timely information. Doing so prevents employees from leaking information and investors from ...