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YouTube Reportedly Will Pay More Than $150 Million to Settle FTC Allegations of COPPA Violations

USA - September 1 2019 A majority of the FTC’s panel of commissioners reportedly approved a settlement with YouTube who the FTC accused of violating the Children’s Online...

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Ninth Circuit Certifies Privacy Class Action Against Facebook’s Photo Tag Suggestion Tool

USA - September 1 2019 A panel of the U.S. Federal Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit unanimously rejected Facebook’s attempt to dismiss a privacy class-action alleging...

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U.S. Copyright Office Sides with Led Zeppelin in Copyright Infringement Dispute Over ‘Stairway To Heaven’

USA - September 1 2019 Randy Wolfe asserted a copyright infringement lawsuit in California federal court alleging that Led Zeppelin’s 70s hit ‘Stairway to Heaven’ infringes...

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GDPR Updates: First Fine in Sweden and UK Guidance on The Interplay Between the GDPR and Artificial Intelligence

Sweden, United Kingdom - September 1 2019 First GDPR Fine in Sweden. The Data Protection Authority of Sweden has issued its first GDPR fine - a penalty of 200,000 Swedish Krona (approximately...

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Amazon Held Liable for Defective Product Sold by a Merchant

USA - July 31 2019 A consumer from Pennsylvania purchased a dog leash on Amazon, that when put to use, broke, recoiled back and hit the consumer’s face and eyeglasses...

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