By

Michele L. Aronson

24 March 2022

Uniform Personal Data Protection Act Offers an Alternative Approach to Consumer Data Protection

*This article first appeared in Legaltech News on March 22, 2024, available here.

With federal consumer privacy bills gaining little traction, the Uniform Law Commission proposes the Uniform Personal Data Protection Act (UPDPA) as an alternative to the existing quilt of state consumer privacy laws. In a panel … Read More

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24 January 2022

Uniform Law Commission Proposes “Reasonable” Uniform Personal Data Protection Act for State-by-State Adoption as Federal Privacy Bills Languish

Introduction

As data breaches become more common, increased public attention on privacy has led to a flurry of state-level activity on the issue. With a federal privacy bill languishing in Congress, the states have taken the lead. California, Colorado, and Virginia have all passed comprehensive privacy laws in the past … Read More

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04 May 2021

Using Data De-Identification to Protect Companies

Many companies hope to benefit from amassing large amounts of data by mining it for market insights, creating internal business models, and supporting strategic, data-driven decisions. But as companies collect and store increasingly enormous volumes of data, they may unknowingly take on significant legal risks, including potential violations of data … Read More

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19 December 2019

Examining Legislative Proposals to Protect Consumer Data Privacy

On December 4, 2019, the Senate Commerce Committee addressed data privacy in a hearing titled, “Examining Legislative Proposals to Protect Consumer Data Privacy.”  The hearing focused on the two leading privacy proposals that were put forward in the week leading up to the hearing, the Consumer Online Privacy Read More

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