PRO Compliance | China, European Union, Global, etc. | 1 Apr 2021
A new World Bank study has concluded that developing countries have the capacity to enforce comprehensive privacy laws – but warned that it may be too costly for small businesses in those jurisdictions to comply with complex laws like the GDPR.
Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP | USA | 18 Feb 2021
Virginia is on track to become the second state in the United States to pass a comprehensive data privacy law after the Virginia Consumer Data…
PRO Compliance | Australia, Canada, European Union, etc. | 12 Oct 2020
Lexology Pro Compliance looks at some of the most informative articles published on Lexology in the past week for compliance teams to stay up-to-date on data protection issues, including key guidance from regulators around the world and practical tips.
McCarter & English LLP | USA | 19 Jun 2020
At long last, after several drafts, the Office of the Attorney General of California submitted the final draft of its regulations regarding the…
Keller and Heckman LLP | USA | 18 Jun 2020
A recent Federal Trade Commission (FTC) settlement with an online game company that allegedly tracked children illegally highlights some important…
PRO Compliance | European Union | 11 Jun 2020
The European Data Protection Board is set to launch a taskforce to look into TikTok’s data processing practices after numerous calls for action from EU regulators.
Squire Patton Boggs | USA | 11 Jun 2020
“[M]odern enterprise and invention have, through invasions upon . . . Privacy, subjected [people] to mental pain and distress, far greater than could…
PRO Compliance | USA | 5 Jun 2020
A children’s app developer has agreed to pay the US Federal Trade Commission a $150,000 over its tracking and consent policies – but one FTC member dissented on the grounds that the settlement was too harsh.
PRO Compliance | China, USA | 21 May 2020
The US Federal Trade Commission has reached a settlement with a Tencent subsidiary for making false claims about its membership of a programme aimed at protecting children’s data – but a Democratic commissioner wants more details about the company’s violations.
PRO Compliance | USA | 15 May 2020
A San Francisco church has filed a putative class action lawsuit against Zoom over allegedly poor cybersecurity which the plaintiffs say led to congregants being exposed to child sexual abuse footage.