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2023 State Privacy Laws: How to Assess and Ensure Readiness by Year-end

Malcolm Dowden and Niloufar Massachi Discuss Vendor

After the first use of cloud-based services by the public sector, second topic of EDPB’s coordinated enforcement action, will concern the designation and position of the data protection officer.

In a coordinated action, the EDPB prioritizes a certain topic for data protection authorities (DPAs) to work on at the national level. The results

Shea Leitch (Of Counsel, Washington, DC) and Kyle Dull (Senior Associate, New York/Miami) will speak on Friday, September 16, at the Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC) South Florida Chapter’s 12th Annual CLE Conference, “Casino Royale: Accepting the In-House Mission.” Shea and Kyle’s aptly named panel, “For Your Eyes Only: Dealing with Security Risks, New

For the past two years session replay software litigation claims have been brought in federal courts and state courts across the country, with particular focus on Florida and more recently California.

By way of reference, session replay software captures certain aspects of a user’s interactions on web applications (mouse movements, clicks, typing, etc.) along with

Yesterday the White House Office of Management and Budget issued guidelines (the “Guidelines”) requiring all federal agencies to buy and use software that comply with “secure development practices” developed by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (“NIST”).  The Guidance follows an Executive Order (“EO”) of May 2021 on improving cybersecurity across government agencies and

CPW’s Kristin Bryan, a 2022 Law360 Privacy & Cybersecurity MVP as well as a featured subject matter expert for LexisNexis, Jesse Taylor and Shing Tse teamed up to co-author a chapter of the Lexis Practical Guidance titled “Privacy, Cybersecurity and Data Breach Litigation: Key Laws and Considerations. In this practice

The second reading of the Data Protection and Digital Information Bill (the Bill) has been delayed following the election of the new Conservative Party leader. The new date is yet to be announced, but in the meantime, it is worth analysing some of the key changes the Bill proposes. While it promises more flexibility and less ambiguity, practically speaking, the Bill may not represent a fundamental divergence from the current regime.

Continue Reading Data Protection and Digital Information Bill Delayed – Aspects to Consider While We Wait

In case you missed it, below are recent posts from Consumer Privacy World covering the latest developments on data privacy, security and innovation. Please reach out to the authors if you are interested in additional information.

FCC Reportedly Issues Letters of Inquiry Seeking Further Information on Wireless Providers Data Privacy Practices | Consumer Privacy World

As previously reported, the Federal Communications Commission last month released responses from the 15 major wireless carriers concerning their data retention and privacy practices, particularly with respect to location information.

In doing so, the FCC Chairwoman announced that she had asked the agency’s “Enforcement Bureau to launch a new investigation into mobile carriers’ compliance with FCC rules that require carriers to fully disclose to customers how they are using and sharing geolocation data.”

Continue Reading FCC Reportedly Issues Letters of Inquiry Seeking Further Information on Wireless Providers Data Privacy Practices

With the implementation of new regulations involving the handling of “HR data” across the US and the EU, transatlantic employers can expect to face unique challenges as they make efforts to incorporate these new regulations with existing procedures. In the coming months, managing data subject rights and business obligations that apply to HR data will