The Privacy Law Blog launched by Proskauer Rose last year has been included in the Library of Congress’ historical collection of Internet materials. Lawyers from the firm’s international privacy and data security practice contribute to the blog, covering recent case law, regulatory activity, new developments, and anything else worth talking about that relates to privacy law.
“We don’t do more than one or two [posts] a week,” says Christopher Wolf, partner in Proskauer’s Washington office and chair of the firm’s privacy practice. “But we want it to be a place where people interested in privacy law can go and get significant breaking legal developments.”
The selection of the Privacy Law Blog is part of the Library of Congress’s work to acquire, catalog, and preserve materials of historical importance. The content is made available to researchers onsite at library facilities as well as on its public access Web site.
Wolf adds that the firm has several more blogs under consideration. “Our clients have found this to be a great resource,” says Wolf.