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Data Privacy

Thompson & Knight’s data privacy attorneys have assisted clients in digital privacy matters for more than 20 years. We have represented hundreds of clients in privacy matters such as regulatory compliance (including GDPR and CCPA), digital advertising, drafting privacy policies, terms of use, and agreements for data processing, sharing and storing.

Overview

Thompson & Knight’s data privacy attorneys have assisted clients in digital privacy matters for more than 20 years. We have represented hundreds of clients in privacy matters such as regulatory compliance (including GDPR and CCPA), digital advertising, drafting privacy policies, terms of use, and agreements for data processing, sharing and storing. We also advise clients with respect to data licensing and monetization and draft agreements for data swaps and data licenses. We are corporate members of the International Association of Privacy Professionals and frequent speakers on issues of data licensing, use and monetization, e-commerce, privacy-by-design, and other data privacy topics.

Our areas of expertise include:

  • Privacy regulation compliance, including GDPR, CCPA, and general FTC privacy compliance
  • Website terms of use and privacy policies
  • Agreements for data analytics
  • Agreements for data collection, processing, storage, and retrieval
  • Negotiating and drafting data swaps and licenses
  • Agreements for buying or selling data
  • Personal data assets in M&A
  • Reviewing behavioral and programmatic advertising compliance and agreements
  • Providing advice with respect to data collection and use in promotions and sweepstakes
  • Compliance with anti-spam laws, opt-in requirements, and related electronic communication regulatory issues in the United States, Europe, Canada, Mexico, and Latin America
  • Social media policies (privacy and related data usage policies and agreements) and social media terms of use
  • Employee training and compliance programs
  • Litigation, investigations, and consumer notification with respect to privacy breaches