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.

BREAKING NEWS: A Third Federal Court Orders Production of Data Incident Forensic Report and Related Communications Over Privilege Objections | Consumer Privacy

CPW’s Glenn Brown has a comprehensive analysis of consumers’ opt-out rights under the Virginia Consumer Data Protection Act (“CDPA”), which is available at OneTrust.  As he explains, among other consumer privacy rights, the CDPA provides Virginia residents with the right to ‘opt out’ of the processing of personal data for the following three purposes:

In the wake of Virginia and Colorado passing comprehensive privacy legislation this year, the Ohio legislature is similarly considering a privacy bill, albeit one that would impose fewer restrictions on businesses and does not include a private right of action.  The Ohio Personal Privacy Act (“OPPA”), was introduced yesterday by Republican state Reps. Carfagna,

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.

How the Colorado Privacy Act Compares to the California, Virginia and European Union Laws That Inspired It | Consumer Privacy World

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As Alan Friel, Glenn Brown, Ann LaFrance, Kyle Fath, Elliot Golding, Niloufar Massachi and Kyle Dull explain in a comprehensive, 16-page analysis here, on June 8, 2021, the Colorado legislature passed SB 21-190, known as the Colorado Privacy Act (CPA or CO Act), which the governor signed into law on July 7, 2021.  The CO

As covered on Law360, “State legislatures and the U.S. Supreme Court left their marks on the privacy landscape in the first half of 2021, with Virginia and Colorado adding to the growing state privacy law patchwork and the nation’s high court delivering a pair of rulings that are expected to limit statutory privacy claims.”  Alan

Readers of CPW are invited to join a complimentary webinar on June 28 at 12 pm EST with CPW’s Alan Friel and Glenn Brown as part of Squire Patton Boggs (US) LLP’s next monthly Venture Law Meetup Webinar. Partner Tom Reems will moderate a discussion between partners Alan Friel and Glenn Brown entitled “Why Data

As CPW’s Alan Friel and Lydia de la Torre explain at CPW’s sister blog Security & Privacy Bytes, “[i]nformational privacy is a hot topic” and [d]ata is a valuable, but challenging asset.”  They caution that “[o]rganizations can only meaningfully protect, and effectively make the most of, their digital assets if they know what data they

As readers of CPW already know, this year Virginia passed comprehensive privacy legislation, the Virginia Consumer Data Protection Act (the “CDPA”).  In an article available at OneTrust, CPW’s Kyle Dull breaks down the consumer and business concerns presented by the statute.  Be sure to check it out here, as it is must read for

CPW has been tracking since last year the Capital One data breach multidistrict litigation (remember that privilege ruling?).  Well, today the federal judge overseeing the litigation granted Capital One’s motion to certify to the Virginia Supreme Court a question of whether there exists under Virginia state law a duty to use reasonable care