Lexology PRO | Italy | 7 Jun 2023
Italy’s privacy regulator has fined four companies €1.8 million for data protection violations relevant to telemarketing operations and, for the first time, issued an order to confiscate the illegally acquired databases of customer information.
Lexology PRO | USA | 5 Jun 2023
A Washington, DC state court has dismissed the district's attorney general’s Cambridge Analytica lawsuit against Meta.
Lexology PRO | USA | 1 Jun 2023
The FTC has accused Amazon’s Alexa smart assistant of indefinitely retaining children’s voice recordings and transcripts.
Spruson & Ferguson | Australia, European Union | 31 May 2023
In today’s digital age, personal information has become a valuable commodity for businesses. This data can be used for a variety of purposes, such as…
Lexology PRO | USA | 25 May 2023
An FTC settlement with edtech provider Edmodo highlights that obtaining verifiable parental consent before collecting children’s data is an onerous but crucial step the edtech industry cannot avoid.
Trilegal | India | 22 May 2023
India’s technology law framework is set for a significant revamp in 2023. In March, the Government began the consultation process for the…
Lexology PRO | USA | 18 May 2023
Ovulation-tracking app Premom has agreed to stop sharing users’ health data for advertising purposes to settle FTC and three state attorneys-general claims that it shared user health information without consent – including to a pair of China-based developers.
Rouse | Vietnam | 17 May 2023
Decree No. 13/2023/ND-CP on personal data protection (PDP Decree) was officially issued by the Vietnamese government on 17 April 2023. As Vietnam’s…
Lexology PRO | USA | 16 May 2023
Amazon has asked a Manhattan federal judge to dismiss a biometric class action against its cashier-less stores, arguing its stores’ technology does not capture identifying information.
USA | 11 May 2023
The FTC’s unusual overhaul of Meta privacy settlements could face challenges and questioning from federal courts.