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On Friday, September 23, the California Privacy Protection Agency (CCPA) held a Board meeting about various CPPA administrative activities.
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In a follow up to our previous post “Privacy Continues to be Top of Mind Issue With President Biden’s State of the Union Address and Movement on FTC Nominee Today,” the Senate confirmed Alvaro Bedoya as a commissioner on the Federal Trade Commission which provides Democrats 3-2 control over the agency’s enforcement activities

The Virginia legislature has introduced several bills that would amend Virginia’s Consumer Data Protection Act (“CDPA”) that was enacted last year. These bills are largely in response to the November 1, 2021 Virginia Consumer Data Protection Act Work Group report (the “Report”), which outlined 17 “points of emphasis” related to the CDPA. The Report includes

Data privacy is going to continue to be a top of mind issue going into Q2 2022, as seen by developments this week.  Specifically, President Biden’s State of the Union address explicitly referenced concerns related to children’s privacy.  Additionally today the Senate Commerce Committee voted 14-14, along party lines, to advance Federal Trade Commission nominee

Last week the Banning Surveillance Advertising Act was introduced in both the U.S. House (H.R.6416) and Senate (S.3520) by Congresswoman Anna G. Eshoo (D-CA), Congresswoman Jan Schakowsky (D-IL), and Senator Cory Booker (D-NJ).

The bill expressly prohibits advertising facilitators (e.g., publishers) from engaging in, or enabling an advertiser or third party