Tag Archives: IoT

Starting Up the CFPB’s No-Action Letter Program

The expanding use of mobile technologies, cloud computing, and the Internet of Things has greatly increased the amount of available consumer data. The ability to efficiently process this information has the potential to provide countless consumer benefits. Nevertheless, companies must navigate an ever-expanding patchwork of domestic and foreign laws and uncertainty regarding the application of … Continue Reading

Hello, Dolly: What You Need to Know About Connected Smart Toys and Privacy

As connected devices become ubiquitous, it comes as no surprise that interactive toys that connect to the internet are more popular than ever. At the same time, regulators have taken note of the privacy and security concerns raised by lawmakers and privacy advocates about the proliferation of smart toys that collect personal information from kids. … Continue Reading

EU Data Protection Regulators Issue Guidance on the Internet of Things and Device Fingerprinting

The European data protection regulators, the Article 29 Working Party (WP29), recently issued two guidance papers which clarify the data protection legal framework applicable to the Internet of Things (IoT) and to the use of device fingerprinting. Both opinions underline WP29’s current focus on data-driven innovations. This article highlights the key takeaways from these two … Continue Reading
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