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Federal Privacy Legislation - Dead, or Just Resting?

USA - September 5 2019 There was widespread sentiment six months ago that 2019 was the year when Congress would finally pass a comprehensive federal privacy law. There were...

Update from LitLand: Mass. Supreme Court Questions Whether Personal Records Can be Public

USA - June 27 2019 LitLand is a monthly feature that reviews developments in litigation as they relate to privacy matters and highlights any past, current, and future...

Governor Signs Expanded Washington State Data Breach Law

USA - May 9 2019 On May 7, Washington Governor Jay Inslee signed new legislation that updates and expands the breach notification obligations of businesses that...

The DETOUR Act: Behavioral Economics Meets Online Privacy Legislation

USA - April 18 2019 Senators Warner, D-Va., and Fischer, R-Neb., introduced the “Deceptive Experiences to Online Users Reduction,” or DETOUR Act, on April 9, 2019. The...

Privacy Policy in a Time of Change

USA - February 13 2019 In early 2018, the biggest concern for the consumer-facing online ecosystem was probably the then-impending launch of the GDPR...