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WSGR Event Recap: Online Advertising and Privacy—An Overview of Global Legal Developments

On May 22, 2019, WSGR and the Future of Privacy Forum (FPF) co-hosted an event focusing on advertising technology and how to overcome the challenges of complying with evolving global privacy requirements. Jules Polonetsky from FPF opened the program, focusing on the evolution of online advertising, from contextual to programmatic behavioral advertising. WSGR attorneys Lydia … Continue Reading

Delaware Enacts New Online Privacy Laws

Beginning January 1, 2016, the recently-enacted “Delaware Online Privacy and Protection Act”1 (DOPPA) will take effect and will impact all companies with online services used by Delaware residents. DOPPA consists of three separate online privacy laws: (1) a law prohibiting certain types of online marketing or advertising to minors;2 (2) a law requiring commercial websites … Continue Reading

Privacy Laws in the Digital Age—A Push for Increased Protections

Protection of highly sensitive personal information is a growing concern for most Americans in the ever-increasing digital age, especially in the wake of large-scale data breaches from leading retail brands and healthcare providers. Although protections currently exist to counteract unwanted dissemination of private information, as well as rules mandating notification when such unwanted dissemination occurs, … Continue Reading

California Amends Data Breach Notification Law and State Attorney General’s Data Breach Report May Lead to More Changes

Prompted by data breaches affecting large retailers in the United States, the California legislature recently passed Assembly Bill 1710 (A.B. 1710) to update the state’s breach notification law to require breached entities to provide free credit monitoring services to affected individuals following certain types of data breaches. This change, effective January 1, 2015, was recommended … Continue Reading

California Extends Security Breach Notification Requirements to Online Account Credentials

California, which enacted the pioneering security breach notification law in 2002, again has taken the lead in security breach notification legislation. In an effort to protect consumers against unauthorized access to their online accounts, California has extended its security breach notification law to cover individuals’ online account credentials (i.e., a user name or email address, … Continue Reading
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