In case you missed it, below are recent posts from 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.

SPB’s David Oberly Analyzes the Wide Scope of Third-Party Vendor BIPA Class Action Liability Exposure in Biometric Update | Privacy World

What Commissioner Wilson’s Resignation Means for the Year Ahead | Privacy World

Federal Trade Commission’s Enforcement Action Against Data-Broker Kochava Heats Up With Motion To Dismiss Briefing And Upcoming Hearing | Privacy World

New 2023 Legislative Proposals Could Reshape the Biometric Privacy Landscape | Privacy World

BREAKING: Illinois Supreme Court Determines BIPA Claims Accrue Individually With Each Violation | Privacy World

New 2023 Legislative Proposals Could Reshape the Biometric Privacy Landscape | Privacy World

Federal Court Re-Affirms Health Care Exemption as Complete Defense to BIPA Class Action Claims | Privacy World

Looking for Guidance on AI Governance? NIST Releases AI Risk Management Framework 1.0 (and Companion Documents) | Privacy World

Drive for Federal Privacy Legislation Continues in 2023 | Privacy World

Recordings Available: 2022 ANA Masters of Advertising Law Conference: Re-Envisioning the Landscape: Change is Now | Privacy World

SPB’s Kristin Bryan and James Brennan to Speak at Conference on Data Privacy, Cybersecurity, and Governance, Risk & Compliance on March 2 | Privacy World

FTC Signals More Criminal Referrals for Negative Option Fraudsters | Privacy World

Data Privacy Legislation Focus in Biden’s State of the Union Address | Privacy World

Registration OPEN: SPB’s Kyle Fath and Kristin Bryan to Present Lexology Masterclass on Evolving Landscape of Biometric Data March 28 From 12-1 pm EST | Privacy World

SPB’s Scott Waren Speaking at Law.Asia Webinar on Data Protection Compliance | Privacy World

SPB’s Kyle Dull and Julia Jacobson to Host Webinar on Challenges Surrounding Website Data Scraping | Privacy World

Cybersecurity Technology Licensor Beats Securities Fraud Suit, but Ninth Circuit Continues Idiosyncratic View on Pleading Standard for Tender Offer Claims | Privacy World