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.

Federal Court Dismisses Colonial Pipeline Cybersecurity Litigation

Federal Court Refuses to Dismiss Biometric Claims Brought by Trucker Against Facial Recognition Company

Federal Court Rejects Attempt to Impose FCRA Executive Liability on CEOs of CRAs

Watch Now – “The Perfect Storm: New Privacy Laws & the Cookie-less Future”

Is the Dutch Data Protection Authority’s Restrictive Approach to Legitimate Interests an Eccentricity or a Trend?

CPW’s Stephanie Faber Speaks at French Association of Personal Data Protection Correspondents Annual MeetingFuture Uncertain for the American Data Privacy and Protection Act

Online Webinar Now Available: Kristin Bryan and Kyle Fath Discuss AI and Biometrics Privacy Trends and DevelopmentsNinth Circuit District Court Finds No Standing for Alleged Lost Commercial and Proprietary Data in Privacy Litigation

FTC Signals Intention to Begin Rulemaking on Privacy and AI, Hints at Areas of AI Focus in Congressional Report

Heated Debate Surrounds Proposed Federal Privacy Legislation

Motion for Preliminary Approval of Accellion Data Breach Settlement Filed in California Federal Court

Following Court Win on BIPA Claims, FTC Ramps Up Investigation into Company’s Sharing of Biometric Data

Third Circuit Affirms Law Student’s Cyberstalking Plea, Holding Federal Criminal Cyberstalking Statute Does Not Violate Constitution

Fourth Circuit Grants Summary Judgment to Defendant in Driver Privacy Litigation

CPPA Holds First Public Meeting Following Publication of First Draft of Proposed Regulations and Initial Statement of Reasons

Congress Proposes Federal Privacy Legislation to Preempt Certain State Privacy Laws, Hearing Scheduled for Next Week

SEC Cyber Regulation Efforts: A Mid-Year Review

Federal Court Stays BIPA Litigation While Applicable Statute of Limitations is Still in Question

Updates to Automatic Renewal Laws with New Consent, Notice, and Cancellation Requirements in the United States and Germany