Shea Leitch

Earlier this week, the leaderships of the House Energy and Commerce Committee formally introduced the American Data Privacy and Protection Act (HB 8152). The legislation is being marked up today in the Subcommittee on Consumer Protection and Commerce of the House Committee on Energy and Commerce. The legislation likely will be slated for full committee

As we previously reported on the CPW blog, the leadership of the House Energy and Commerce Committee and the Ranking Member of the Senate Commerce Committee released a discussion draft of proposed federal privacy legislation, the American Data Privacy and Protection Act (“ADPPA”), on June 3, 2022. Signaling potential differences amongst key members of

The California Privacy Protection Agency (“CPPA” or “Agency”) hosted its first public meeting yesterday following publication of the first draft of proposed regulations (“Regs”) (on May 27) and the initial statement of reasons (“ISOR”) on June 3. Immediately below, we summarize highlights of the meeting held by the CPPA, including taking a further step towards

On Friday, three of the four leaders of the Congressional committees with principal jurisdiction over privacy provided for review draft privacy legislation (the American Data Privacy and Protection Act) that if adopted would preempt certain recently-passed state privacy laws.  The bill, sponsored by House Energy and Commerce Chair Frank Pallone (D-N.J.), ranking member Cathy

In an unexpected move, the California Privacy Protection Agency (the “Agency”) issued draft regulations (“Regs”) mandated by the California Privacy Rights Act (“CPRA”), on Friday May 27 (a day before the Memorial Day weekend, and a day after a public stakeholder meeting in which it gave no indication that the Regs would be issued the