The news and social media commentary of late reveals considerable discomfort with the idea that “drones,” or Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS), could be used to collect images and data for commercial purposes. The idea that a flying machine —say, a 6-inch … [Read more...] about Drones to Satellites: Should Commercial Aerial Data Collection Regulations Differ by Altitude?
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The Final Rule on Sex Discrimination from the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs recognizes the expanding interpretation of “because of sex” as a basis for discrimination, but does not impose on federal contractors new “equal pay” requirements, … [Read more...] about OFCCP’s New Sex Discrimination Regulations Imposes a Few New Obligations on Employers
On October 22, the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) published a preliminary cybersecurity “Framework” that it was directed to develop in Executive Order 13636. The Executive Order requires that NIST develop and publish a … [Read more...] about National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Publishes Preliminary Federal Cybersecurity “Framework” for Comment
Data collection and analysis continue to impact SEC’s approach to enforcement.The increasing use of data analytics to jump-start investigations and enforcement efforts dominated the panel discussion at this year’s “SEC Speaks” conference, at which senior … [Read more...] about SEC Speaks 2016: Enforcement Panels Double Down on Use of Data Analytics
Payroll is a top-ranking line item on income statements, and the cost of turnover is a constant corporate concern. Human resources can have long-term, costly consequences, so it is important for businesses to treat human capital risk management just as seriously as they would any … [Read more...] about Who Works For You?