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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.

Connecticut General Assembly Passes Comprehensive Privacy Bill

Federal Trade Commission Proposes Adjustments to Telemarketing Sales Rule, Including B2b Telemarketing

As CPW previously reported, President Biden nominated D.C. Circuit Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson to the Supreme Court to fill a vacancy opened when Justice Stephen Breyer announced his retirement. Judge Jackson graduated with honors from Harvard University and Harvard Law School, where she served as editor of the Harvard Law Review. Following her graduation,

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.

BREAKING Florida Senate Adjourns, Data Privacy Bill Yet Again Fails to Pass | Consumer Privacy World

Virginia Work Group

In a recent decision from the Middle District of North Carolina, a federal district court found a plaintiff in a Fair Credit Reporting Act (“FCRA”) case to have Article III standing to bring his claims in federal court, relying on the Supreme Court’s ruling in Ramirez last year and so denied an employer defendant’s Motion

CPW is pleased to announce that today David Oberly joins Squire Patton Boggs (US) LLP’s globally-recognized Data Privacy, Cybersecurity & Digital Assets Practice from Blank Rome, where he played an instrumental role in launching the firm’s Biometric Privacy Practice.  As a recognized thought leader in the biometric privacy space, David serves as a go-to expert

Law360 recently covered the top privacy developments of 2021 and CPW’s Kristin Bryan provided her insights regarding data privacy and cybersecurity litigation [Note: for CPW’s 2021 Year in Review on Financial Privacy Litigation trends, go here].  You can check out the entire Law360 article here.  From the article:

In TransUnion v.

2021 has been a monumental year in many ways, and consumer financial privacy litigation and enforcement was no exception.  In the executive branch, the Biden Administration focused on strengthening individual privacy protections and limiting the disclosure of sensitive data.  Meanwhile, the Supreme Court’s decision in TransUnion LLC v. Ramirez continues to have a long-lasting impact

In case you missed it, below is a summary of recent posts from CPW.  Please feel free to reach out if you are interested in additional information on any of the developments covered.

Multi-Million Dollar Settlement Reached in BIPA Litigation That Went Up to Seventh Circuit – Consumer Privacy World

Eleventh Circuits Orders Rehearing En

In a move that shocked no one, the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals issued an order vacating its last opinion in Hunstein vs. Preferred Collection & Management Services, Inc., and ordered the case to be reheard en banc.  This development is just the latest in one of the most significant financial privacy litigations

Although class actions are a frequently utilized vehicle for individuals seeking to vindicate their privacy rights, companies can also run the risk of an enforcement action brought by the Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) (pursuant to the FTC’s authority under Section 5 of the FTC Act).  One recent example of the FTC’s exercise of this authority