Law360, New York (December 20, 2017, 5:28 PM EST) -- Cybersecurity and privacy attorneys had their hands full in 2017 keeping track of a slew of legal and policy developments, including global cyberattacks that hit DLA Piper and a range of other organizations, massive breaches that put the spotlight on the data security practices at companies such as Equifax, and a crush of conflicting decisions on when privacy plaintiffs should be allowed in the courthouse door.
"2017 saw a number of important privacy trends come to a head, from massive data breaches at some of the largest companies in the world to a sharp uptick in spam cellphone calls nationwide," said...
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