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  1. News From NAMB: October 2, 2017

    ... to ensure everything possible is being done to protect privacy.  The impact on mortgage companies and credit providers could be ...

    John Councilman - 2017-10-02 12:21

  2. NMP Next: The Impact of Social Networks: It’s What’s Next

    ... which they get electronically, opening everyone up to data privacy and security risks. Banks are not in a position to ignore their ... business banking Web site, with a good library of useful content for small business owners. Providing good data security that will allow ...

    Rick Grant - 2016-11-21 17:17

  3. Social Media: Posting News Articles

    ... are less the result of the channel you are using than the content of what you put there. Because of the rapidly evolving technology ... Reinvestment Act; ►Various laws pertaining to consumer privacy, including the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act privacy rules and data security ...

    Michael Pfeifer - 2016-10-31 10:57

  4. NMP Next: It's What's Next

    ... thing you should know is that this section is sponsored content. Wait, what? Yes, the companies that appear in this section, the ... and the data these devices collect is shared as well. Privacy is not as important to today’s consumers as it was to the previous ...

    Rick Grant - 2016-05-13 16:15

  5. News From NAMB: March 3, 2016

    ... are now responsible for the settlement statement, they have privacy worries. Any information that is not publicly available could be ...

    John Councilman - 2016-03-03 14:31

  6. News From NAMB: July 23, 2015

    ... respond specifically is because it could violate financial privacy rules by presenting evidence in its defense. So, consumers get a ...

    John Councilman - 2015-07-23 14:51

  7. News From NAMB: July 16, 2015

    ... of all that, he points out its data mining is invading the privacy of ordinary citizens. I don’t think he likes the law. ...

    John Councilman - 2015-07-16 16:07

  8. Regulations, Breaches and eDiscovery: Drilling Into Compliance Pains

    ... Radke, head of the records management, e-discovery and data privacy practice group of international law firm Vedder Price. “Our ... can even be eliminated or restricted to certain marketing content, removing much of the regulatory risk. What then becomes ... management software can even automatically identify new content and move it to the repository for long-term storage and legal hold. ...

    Jim McGann - 2014-07-15 17:40

  9. Strike Up the Band

    ... into multi-tiered marketing campaigns to satisfy privacy conditions? 6. What unique attributes are steadily employed in ... right time, to the right people, with appropriate lifecycle content? 9. How can third-party relationships be improved to reduce the risk ...

    Mary Beth Doyle - 2014-04-24 17:15

  10. Marketing Compliance Corner: Personal vs. Business Social Media … Expectation of Privacy

    ... of people, as well as upload pictures, movies and other content, make it a rapidly growing method of communication. The line between ... narrow line? There is a need for reviews, yet respect the privacy of your employees. There is no expectation of privacy for an ...

    Michael J. Wallace Esq. - 2014-04-24 14:36