Fernando Bohorquez, Jenna Felz Write Overview of Mobile Technology Developments

Articles / May 25, 2016

Partner Fernando Bohorquez and Associate Jenna Felz authored an article published by Bloomberg BNA on May 16, 2016. The article, part of the Bloomberg Privacy & Data Security Law Resource Center, is headlined “2016 Mobile Data Privacy and Security Update and 2015 Review.” Bohorquez and Felz examine recent developments in mobile marketing, mobile payments and the Internet of things. They also offer a look into developing trends for 2016.

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