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Online Privacy

20 September 2022

FTC Defends Expansive Privacy and Data Security ANPR at Public Forum

The FTC continues its defense of the wide-reaching Advance Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (ANPR) on “Commercial Surveillance and Data Security” that the Commission, by a 3-2 vote, issued in August. (See the supporting statements of Chair Lina Khan and Commissioners Rebecca Slaughter, and Alvaro Bedoya, and … Read More

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19 September 2022

The California Age-Appropriate Design Code Act Dramatically Expands Business Obligations

On September 2, 2022, the California Age-Appropriate Design Code Act (the “Act”) (effective July 1, 2024) was passed by the California legislature, and on September 15, 2022 was signed into law by Governor Newsom.  This Act dramatically expands business obligations and will force entities that provide an online service, product, … Read More

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06 September 2022

Big California Privacy News: Legislative and Enforcement Updates

Privacy never sleeps in California.  In recent days and as California’s legislative session comes to a close, there have been a number of significant legislative and regulatory developments in the state, each of which will likely (again) change the privacy landscape in California and, by extension, the rest of the … Read More

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25 August 2022

FTC ANPR Explores Wide Ranging Topics for Privacy and Cybersecurity Rulemaking

On Thursday, August 11, the Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) announced that it is exploring rules to crack down on harmful commercial surveillance and lax data security practices.  The FTC’s Advance Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (“ANPR”) solicits public comment on whether it should put into effect new rules and restrictions concerning … Read More

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27 June 2022

Reflecting on the UK Inaugural DaTA Conference: Top Five Trends to Watch as Global Regulators Step up Enforcement in Digital Markets

Last week, the UK Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) hosted its inaugural Data, Technology, and Analytics (DaTA) Conference.

The CMA DaTa Conference has been hailed as a milestone as it convened for the first time regulators, data scientists, engineers, tech companies, and academics to discuss evolving challenges in digital markets. … Read More

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22 June 2022

Connecticut Makes Five: The Constitution State Enacts Broad Data Privacy Law Effective July 2023

Connecticut has passed a new state data privacy law slated to go into effect on July 1, 2023.  The law largely tracks other new state data privacy laws recently passed in Virginia and Colorado, but also includes several provisions that could impact compliance plans, including a new obligation to provide … Read More

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21 June 2022

Suits Against Google Signal Increased ‘Dark Patterns’ Scrutiny

*This article first appeared on Law360 on June 16, 2022

Pending lawsuits against Google LLC illustrate how regulators and plaintiffs lawyers are increasingly wielding a dark patterns theory in challenging companies’ practices involving consumers.

The attorneys general of Washington, D.C., Washington state, Texas and Indiana all filed complaints against Google, … Read More

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13 June 2022

UK Consults on Algorithmic Processing

Algorithms touch upon multiple aspects of digital life, and their use potentially falls within several separate – though converging – regulatory systems. More than ever, a ‘joined up’ approach is required to assess them, and the UK’s main regulators are working together to try to formulate a coherent policy, setting … Read More

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06 June 2022

Data Regulation Ramps Up in Europe: DMA, DSA, and the UK Online Safety Bill

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Since the EU announced its Digital and Data Strategy in February 2020, the European Commission has released several legislative proposals to regulate digital platforms and services, including with respect to

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01 June 2022

The Digital Markets Act Is Almost Here: 10 Things to Know About the EU’s New Rules for Big Tech

As regulators around the world fiercely debate new ways to oversee competition in the digital sector, the EU is on the brink of formally approving a landmark new law. The Digital Markets Act (DMA) will impose a stringent regulatory regime on large online platforms (so-called “gatekeepers”) and give the European … Read More

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