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Facebook to Pay $90 Million to Settle Data Privacy Lawsuit

USA - February 18 2022 Facebook’s parent company Meta has agreed to settle one of the longest-running data privacy lawsuits in the country for $90 million. This dispute…

Cynthia Larose

California Legislature Passes New Key Privacy Laws, Expected to Be Signed Next Week

USA - October 4 2021 California lawmakers wrapped up this year’s legislative session, passing roughly 900 bills this year. Among those were only a few privacy initiatives…

Taylor Carter

Another Court Limits the Reach of California's Invasion of Privacy Claim for Class Actions

USA - October 1 2021 As of late, many privacy class actions have attempted to invoke California's common-law invasion of privacy claim, arguing that it is a valid cause of…

Court Finally Clarifies When Biometric Lawsuits Are Untimely Under BIPA

USA - September 22 2021 In a highly anticipated decision, the Illinois Appellate Court finally clarified the correct application of the statute of limitations under the…

SEC Fines App Annie and Its CEO for $10 Million in Connection with Non-Anonymized Data

USA - September 17 2021 In a first-of-its kind enforcement action, the SEC fined an alternative data provider for the mobile app industry and its former CEO for…