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.

NIST Not Voluntary in the Volunteer State: Tennessee Privacy Law Requires Comprehensive Written Privacy Program that Conforms to a Voluntary Framework. Will this Framework Become a De-Facto National Approach to Judging Compliance with New Privacy Obligations? | Privacy World

New CISA Guidelines Lay Out Unified International Principles on Security-by-Design and Security-by-Default | Privacy World

BREAKING: Seventh Circuit Affirms Dismissal of Lawsuit Alleging Violation of Genetic Right to Privacy, Rebuffing Claims Premised on Stock Purchase of Genetic Testing Company | Privacy World

Law360 Publishes “CFPB’s Hazy ‘Abuse’ Definition Creates Compliance Questions” Article by Keith Bradley and David Coats | Privacy World

Governor Inslee Signs Washington My Health My Data Act Into Law: First-of-Its-Kind Consumer Health Data Law, Explained | Privacy World

Comparing Arkansas’ Social Media Safety Act to Utah’s Social Media Regulation Act | Privacy World

Federal Court Dismisses Privacy Claims Brought Against Website Operator, Finding Online Subscriptions for Electronic Newsletter Insufficient To Impose Liability Under Federal Video Privacy Protection Act | Privacy World

UNSUBSCRIBED! Public Comment Period Open for the FTC’s Proposed Amendments to the Negative Option Rule | Privacy World

Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals Holds Invasion of Privacy and Wiretapping Claims Against E-Commerce Company Not Subject to Binding Arbitration | Privacy World

The UK’s new Minister for Data and Digital Infrastructure suggests that loss of the EU adequacy decision would not be a ‘complete disaster’. Is that view likely to fuel EU concerns? | Privacy World

Singapore Financial Institutions to Meet Stricter Data Protection and Consumer Safeguards | Privacy World

Montana, Tennessee or ____________?: Which State Will Pass the Next Privacy Law? | Privacy World

New York Releases Data Security Guide to Help Businesses Protect Personal Information | Privacy World

Selfie ID Biometric Verification Vendor’s Bid for Dismissal of BIPA Class Action Rejected by Federal Court | Privacy World

CONFERENCE: SPB’s Kristin Bryan to speak at the Cybersecurity & Privacy Protection Conference | Privacy World

Vietnam Issues Much-awaited Landmark Data Protection Law | Privacy World

Registration Open: Society for the Policing of Cyberspace Event Featuring SPB’s Scott Warren and Kristin Bryan | Privacy World

Follow the Leader: Indiana Becomes Latest State to Enact Consumer Privacy Statute | Privacy World

Recordings Available: The Expanding Landscape of Biometric Data Law: Where We Are and What’s to Come | Privacy World

UK Data Protection Law Reform: Battle lines drawn? | Privacy World