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.

JPML Declines to Create MDL for Data Breach Cases

CPW’s Kyle Fath and Gicel Tomimbang to Speak at IAPP Webinar on Privacy in AI

BREAKING: The FTC Issues Advanced Notice of Public Rulemaking for Privacy Regulations

Legitimate Interests: Dutch Data Protection Authority’s Appeal Dismissed, But the Controversy Continues

No Injury = No Article III Standing in Data Breach Class Action

Jury Finds Credit Reporting Agency Was “Reasonable” in FCRA Case of Inaccurate Consumer Credit Report

CPW’s David Oberly Discusses Biometric Privacy Compliance Strategies in Advance of Cothron BIPA Claim Accrual Ruling in Biometric Update

On the Speaking Circuit in August: CPW’s Nick Chan to Discuss China’s PIPL

New York Department of Financial Services Slaps Robinhood Crypto with $30 Million Fine for Cyber Compliance Failures

SPB 2022 Q2 Artificial Intelligence & Biometric Privacy Quarterly Review Newsletter

Federal Bill Would Broaden FTC’s Role in Cybersecurity and Data Breach Disclosures

Our Data Privacy Practice Continues to Expand: Julia B. Jacobson and Shea Leitch Join the Team

California Federal Court Grants Plaintiff’s Motion to Remand FACTA Class Action to State Court

T-Mobile Agrees in MDL to Record Setting $350 Million Data Breach Settlement to Resolve CCPA and Other Privacy Claims

The Southern Co-op – Is the Use of ‘Spy’ Cameras Breaching UK Data Protection Laws?

Carnival Cruise Line and 46 State Attorneys General Reach $6 Million Dollar Settlement Over 2019 Data Breach

Sessions Replay Litigation Recap – Open Questions Post-Javier