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Singapore Issues Privacy Guidelines for Children’s Online Safety | Privacy World

China Finalizes New Regulations to Relax Personal Data Exports

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China Finalizes New Regulations to Relax Personal Data Exports from China | Privacy World

Squire Patton Boggs Lawyers to Present

On January 15, 2024, the American Arbitration Association (“AAA”) introduced updates to its Mass Arbitration Supplementary Rules and its fee schedules, including for consumer mass arbitrations (collectively referred to as the “Updates”). The Updates consist of a flat initiation fee to lower the cost of initiating arbitrations, the new requirement of counsel to affirm that

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Never Beyond the Law – the Spanish AEPD’s Position on the Processing of Whistleblower Data | Privacy World

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Biden Budget Proposal Advances AI Priorities | Privacy World

US Regulators Lift the Curtain on Data Practices With Assessment, Reporting

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In Narrow Vote California Moves Next Generation Privacy Regs Forward | Privacy World

EDPB Versus Ireland? Does the Opinion on

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Deep Fake of CFO on Videocall Used to Defraud Company of US$25M | Privacy World

Address Cyber-risks From Quantum Computing

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Ten Things About Artificial Intelligence (AI) for GCs in 2024 | Privacy World

CCPA Regs Effective Immediately, No One-Year Delay

As state legislation increasingly regulates sensitive data, and expands the concepts of what is sensitive, the Federal Trade Commission (“FTC” or “Commission”) is honing-in on sensitive data processing in expanding its unfairness authority in relation to privacy enforcement. The FTC’s recent enforcement activities regarding location aware data is a good example. As we have previously reported here and here, Kochava, an Idaho-based data broker, is currently embroiled in a federal lawsuit with the Commission that has the potential to redefine the legal bounds of sensitive data collection, use and sharing and the data brokering industries on a federal level.Continue Reading Sensitive Data Processing is in the FTC’s Crosshairs