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New Technology is the New Wave in Consumer Protection: Is Your Company Ready?

USA - June 11 2019 As more organizations incorporate technology in newfound ways to increase efficiency and effectiveness, government agencies have done the same. Take...

Carolyn Wagner, Jessica D. Gilbert.

Oregon Latest State to Require Reasonable Security for IoT Devices

USA - June 7 2019 On May 30, 2019, Oregon became the most recent state to mandate basic security on internet-connected devices with Governor Kate Brown’s signature on...

Lee Matheson, Kate M. Growley.

Straightening Your CAP After a Recall - Tips for Following a Corrective Action Plan

USA - March 21 2019 The Commission staff will check that notice of the recall is available on the company website and often go to retail establishments to look for...

Off to the Races: The FAA Initiates Formal Drone Rulemaking

USA - February 14 2019 Yesterday, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) posted in the Federal Register the Notice of Proposed Rulemaking for Operations of Small Unmanned...

Scott L. Winkelman, Mary-Caitlin Ray.

U.K. Accelerating Plans to Go Driverless

United Kingdom - February 7 2019 On February 6, 2019, the U.K. Government announced plans to move forward on advanced trials for self-driving vehicles, the result of which could...

Simon Evers, Amar Singh Mann, Maarten Stassen, Jeffrey C Selman, Gordon McAllister.