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California AG Targets Mobile Apps for Failing to Honor or Provide Mechanism for Opt-Out Requests

On January 27, 2023, the California Attorney General (California AG) Rob Bonta announced an “investigative sweep” of mobile apps in retail, travel, and food service industries for failing to provide a mechanism for—or honor—consumers’ opt-out requests to stop selling their data under the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). According to the California AG’s tweet, the … Continue Reading

2023 U.S. Privacy Regulatory Predictions

The year 2023 promises to be another big year for privacy. In 2022, regulators focused on AI, dark patterns and aggressive remedies for allegedly deceptive and unfair data practices, such as disgorgement of algorithms developed through ill-gotten data, and these trends are likely to continue. Privacy professionals continue to focus on the privacy laws in five states coming into … Continue Reading

The FTC Privacy Rulemaking: What’s Next?

On August 11, 2022, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) took the first step toward creating national privacy and security rules that, if finalized, would apply across most sectors of the U.S. economy. The agency unveiled an Advance Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (ANPRM), which asks for public comment on 95 questions, ranging from topics such as targeted advertising, … Continue Reading

Privacy Legislation Update: The “Three Corners” Bill and the Cantwell Draft

On June 3, 2022, members of the U.S. Congress released a bipartisan, bicameral discussion draft of a comprehensive national data privacy and data security framework. The draft is notable in that it reflects a compromise on the two issues that have for years vexed lawmakers angling for federal privacy legislation: preemption and private right of … Continue Reading

FTC Takes Aggressive Action Against Internet Service Provider for Misrepresenting Internet Speeds

Last week, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and the District Attorneys of Los Angeles County and Riverside County agreed to an order to settle claims against Frontier Communications Intermediate, LLC and its parent company, Frontier Communications Parent, Inc. (collectively, Frontier). The plaintiffs alleged that Frontier promised internet speeds that Frontier did not deliver. The order, approved by … Continue Reading

Belgian DPA Approves Code of Conduct for the Cloud Industry

On May 20, 2021, the Belgian Supervisory Authority (Belgian SA) approved the EU Cloud Code of Conduct (EU Cloud CoC).[1] This is the first time that a Supervisory Authority has approved a transnational, industry-wide code of conduct under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).[2] Cloud service providers (CSPs) will be able to rely on their … Continue Reading
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