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More Privacy, Please - October 2022

European Union, USA - October 17 2022 In the U.S. laws and regulation space, the White House is focusing on privacy, evident through its session on accountability for big tech and the…

Jack Altura, Molly S. DiRago, Jenny Ji, Ronald I. Raether Jr., James Koenig, Robyn Lin, Gerar Mazarakis, Alexandria Pritchett

Not So Pretty: Top Takeaways From First CCPA Settlement With Sephora and Updated Enforcement Case Examples

USA - August 30 2022 With the notice and cure set to expire on January 1, 2023, California Attorney General Rob Bonta (CA AG) provided a glimpse at what to expect with…

Edgar Vargas, Graham T. Dean, Brent T. Hoard, Ronald I. Raether Jr., James Koenig, Robyn Lin, Joel M. Lutz, Sadia Mirza, Kim Phan

California Privacy Protection Agency Publishes Draft Rules

USA - June 6 2022 The California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA) established the California Privacy Protection Agency (CPPA), and requires the CPPA to adopt, amend, and…

Edgar Vargas, Graham T. Dean, Brent T. Hoard, Ronald I. Raether Jr., James Koenig, Robyn Lin, Sadia Mirza, Kim Phan

Connecticut Legislature Passes Comprehensive Privacy Legislation, Awaiting Governor’s Signature

USA - May 4 2022 On April 28, the Connecticut House passed Senate Bill 6, an act concerning personal data privacy and online monitoring (SB 6 or Connecticut Act). The…

Edgar Vargas, Graham T. Dean, Ronald I. Raether Jr., James Koenig, Robyn Lin, Sadia Mirza, Kim Phan

Utah Becomes Fourth State to Adopt Privacy Legislation

USA - March 24 2022 On March 24, Governor Spencer J. Cox signed the Utah Consumer Privacy Act (UCPA), making Utah the fourth state in the country to adopt a…

Edgar Vargas, Graham T. Dean, Ronald I. Raether Jr., Robyn Lin, Sadia Mirza, Kim Phan, Daniel Waltz