Archive for July, 2019

My last day at Greenberg Traurig

Posted by fgilbert on July 31st, 2019

After nearly four wonderful years, today is my last day at the firm. I have enjoyed my time there, and the ability to work with many great lawyers and professionals.

I am taking off for new adventures in privacy and cybersecurity in the US and throughout the world. I look forward to interacting or working with you in one of my new capacities.

Please come back on this site to hear about my new projects, and of course, to read about new legal developments in the areas of Data, Privacy and Cybersecurity.

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Facebook : Record Settlement

Posted by fgilbert on July 12th, 2019

Facebook might be required to pay a $5 billion dollar fine to the Federal Trade Commission, as a settlement of the investigation of the Cambridge Analytica data scandal, according to a report published by Bloomberg Law.

Customarily, these settlements are published for consultation, and become final several weeks or months later.

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