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State attorneys general work with telecom giants to address robocalls

USA - August 27 2019 Robocalls: everyone receives one or two, but more likely dozens. While some are helpful, most are annoying, and the worst can result in financial...

Alexis Cocco, Aaron Lancaster.

Equifax agrees to enhanced security and privacy measures and will pay states and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau at least $575 million to resolve multistate investigation of 2017 data breach.

USA - July 24 2019 The recently announced multistate settlement between credit reporting company Equifax Inc. and the Attorneys General of 48 states, Puerto Rico, and...

Mark D. Quist, Aaron Lancaster.

U.S. Chamber of Commerce assembles key stakeholders to discuss data privacy

USA - July 22 2019 The U.S. Chamber of Commerce (the “Chamber”) recently hosted a data privacy summit, “DataDoneRight”, which brought together a group of industry...

Alexis Cocco, Aaron Lancaster.

GA AG Carr talks data privacy at U.S. Chamber of Commerce

USA - July 17 2019 The U.S. Chamber of Commerce last week gathered a diverse, bipartisan group of policymakers, regulators, industry representatives and thought leaders...

Aaron Lancaster.

State AGs continue to consider new ways to protect data privacy

USA - July 9 2019 As states' "top cops," one of the primary responsibilities of state attorneys general (AGs) is consumer protection, and more and more AGs are focusing...

Aaron Lancaster.