Matthew Cin advises a broad range of clients on technology transactions and global privacy and data security issues. He represents technology companies, cloud service providers, health care providers, health information technology vendors, retailers, financial institutions, consumer products manufacturers and consumer analysis providers with US and international privacy, security and security breach response issues, including navigating the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA), Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA), General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA), Controlling the Assault of Non-Solicited Pornography And Marketing (CAN-SPAM) Act, and other international, federal and state laws. Matthew also counsels clients on global product launches and product and mobile app reviews.
Matthew counsels clients on national data breach response matters and protecting personally identifiable information and infrastructure, including compliance with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards. He also helps clients implement biometric technologies, beacon tracking devices, and internet of things devices and services. He has a wealth of experience advising key industry players on compliance with the Illinois Biometric Privacy Act and other similar biometrics laws.
While in law school, Matthew interned at a top international social networking company.
Advised large international video game developer on applicability of CCPA and compliance with state biometric privacy laws
Assisted multiple brick and mortar and e-commerce businesses with the development of email- and text message-based marketing programs in compliance with TCPA and CAN-SPAM
Advised retailers, digital health developers, hospital systems and other businesses regarding global product launches, including drafting consumer-facing privacy policies and revising data protection policies and procedures to comply with GDPR and other international privacy laws
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