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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

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Connecticut Attorney General Report: CTDPA Enforcement Insights & Takeaways | Privacy World

California Attorney General Announces Industry Investigative Sweep into

On May 18, 2023, the Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) unanimously adopted its Policy Statement on Biometric Information and Section 5 of the Federal Trade Commission Act (“Policy Statement”), addressing the increasing use of consumers’ biometric information and the marketing of technologies that use or claim to use it—regarding which the FTC raises significant concerns. In the areas of privacy, data security, and the potential for bias and discrimination. In addition, the Policy Statement also provides a detailed discussion of the established legal requirements applicable to the use of biometrics, particularly those relating to Section 5 of the FTC Act, and lists examples of the practices the agency will scrutinize in determining whether companies’ use of biometric technologies run afoul of Section 5.
Continue Reading FTC’s New Policy Statement on Biometric Information Provides Clear Warning to Companies on Increased Scrutiny of Facial Recognition & Related Biometrics Practices

On April 13, 2023, the Indiana legislature passed Senate Bill 5 (“SB 5”)—more commonly referred to as the Indiana Consumer Data Privacy Act or “Indiana CDPA”—sending the legislation to Governor Eric Holcomb’s desk for signature. Governor Holcomb has until Thursday, April 20 to act on the bill. The Indiana CDPA will become law either if the governor signs the bill or takes no action before the April 20 deadline.
Continue Reading Follow the Leader: Indiana Becomes Latest State to Enact Consumer Privacy Statute

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UNSUBSCRIBED! — FTC Proposes Substantial Amendments to the Negative Option Rule to Cover all Autorenewals, including B2B Services, and Add

2022 saw cases continue to be filed under the California Consumer Privacy Act (“CCPA”), although perhaps reflecting the increasing reliance of the plaintiffs’ bar on negligence and tort-based privacy claims concerning a defendant’s alleged failure to maintain “reasonable security,” the number of cases of CCPA based claims declined. Read on for Privacy World’s highlights of

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Recent BIPA Opinion Illustrates Continued Uncertainty Underlying Core Issues in Biometric Privacy Class Action Litigation | Consumer Privacy World

A federal court recently sanctioned defendants for spoilation of evidence in litigation. In doing so, the Court rejected the Defendant’s argument that they changed their data settings in good faith to align with the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (“CCPA”) and the International Standard of Operation Compliance (“ISO”). 2022 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 178233 (N.D. Ohio Sep. 29, 2022). Read on to learn more.
Continue Reading Federal Court Sanctions Company for Spoilation of Evidence Over Arguments Data Settings Changed to Comply with CCPA and ISO Requirements