ATLANTA—Womble Bond Dickinson’s Technology Sector Team, along with its US Privacy and Cybersecurity Team launched a blog to address the constantly changing technology landscape. HeyDataData.com posts describe recent legal findings, regulatory actions and tech business leaps with fresh takes, reasoned opinions and a light tone.
Womble Bond Dickinson technology and data lawyer Ted Claypoole said, “The blog is a place to explain to clients and prospects how recent technological changes fit the fabric and context of business and our society. We watch the news closely and help make sense of the data-centric business world.”
Since the blog became live, there have been nine posts made by Womble Bond Dickinson attorneys addressing a variety of prominent issues including identification scans, and the additional data obligations states are imposing on companies. Blog posts are published on Tuesdays and Fridays, as the authors aspire to bring ground-level perspective on the trade with refreshing honesty and incisive writing. Recent posts include:
- Are Humans Necessary? ;
- Machine Learning and Sua Sponte Discrimination ;
- What Happens in Vagueness Stays in Vagueness; and
- Privacy Task Force: Pooch Punt or Strategic Huddle?
The blog, along with the team’s three fifty state map websites (statedatauselaw.com, payrollcardlaw.com, and stateblockchainlaw.com), further establishes Womble Bond Dickinson’s thought leadership in the technology and data sphere.
HeyDataData.com authors include posts from Womble Bond Dickinson attorneys Claypoole, Nadia Aram, Taylor Ey, Phil Gura, Tom Kierner and Dominic Panakal.