Blockchain and the Law

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Blockchain, Personal Data and the GDPR Right to be Forgotten

The effective date of the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is fast approaching (May 25, 2018), and its impacts are already being felt across various industries. Specifically, the conflicts between the GDPR and the technical realities of blockchains raise important legal considerations for companies seeking to implement blockchain solutions that involve the personal data … Continue Reading

Colorado Senate Bill Proposes Utilizing Blockchain Technology to Improve State Government’s Operations and Cybersecurity

The Colorado Senate is considering a bill to utilize blockchain or other distributed ledger technology for a variety of purposes, including to improve the state government’s operations and cybersecurity. Senate Bill 18-086 (which was introduced on January 16, 2018) focuses on exploring a number of “transformative improvements” that distributed ledger technologies can offer to state … Continue Reading

Blockchain and Privacy

Discussions about “blockchain” technology seem to be everywhere these days, with potential applications spanning industries as diverse as banking, healthcare, real estate, law enforcement, entertainment, and even wine and jewelry sales. Different applications of blockchain present different and unique challenges and opportunities for data security and privacy, but there are three general categories currently preoccupying legal … Continue Reading
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