Privacy Expert Witnesses
In the Digital Age, protecting one’s privacy is critical and difficult. Privacy is defined by The Oxford Dictionary as the state or condition of being free from being observed or disturbed by other people. Different occupations have their own definition of privacy. The legal profession's definition of privacy is a person’s right to control access to his or her personal information. In the medical profession, privacy refers to the practice of keeping patient records confidential and secure. Computer privacy refers to Internet privacy and security of personal information on the Internet. Our expert witnesses, speakers, and consultants on privacy are scholars and researchers from major universities and professionals who specialize in privacy law, computer privacy, information security, privacy compliance, secured transactions, regulated industries and banking law, consumer protection, media, communications, freedom of information legislation, labor/employment law, health privacy, employee privacy, and more.