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While Madison Square Garden might normally make headlines for musical artists or sporting events, the venue’s parent company, MSG Entertainment, has been in the spotlight following media and regulator attention regarding its use of facial recognition technology to ban certain individuals from its venues. Read on to learn more and its implications for other uses

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Privacy World’s Kristin Bryan talks to Bloomberg Law on the Supreme Court’s In re Grand Jury Dismissal | Privacy World

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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California Federal Court Dismisses GPS Data Tracking Privacy Class Action in Ruling of First Impression For CIPA Claims Involving Devices

Amendments to the California Consumer Privacy Act (“CCPA”) went into effect on January 1 of this year, as did Virginia’s new privacy law. Virginia’s law is immediately enforceable. While the California amendments are not enforceable until July 1, 2023, on December 31, 2022 the opportunity cure violations before civil penalties could be assessed sunset (at

Congratulations to Privacy World’s Kristin Bryan and Stephanie Faber, recognized as Legal Influencers (Q3 and Q4, respectively) by Lexology. Both lawyers were recognized regionally in the Technology, Media and Telecommunications category (TMT), with Kristin being acknowledged for the US and Stephanie for Europe. Lexology Legal Influencers recognizes industry thought leaders each quarter who

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LinkedIn’s Data Scraping Battle with hiQ Labs Ends with Proposed Judgment | Privacy World

SEC Accused of Violating FOIA Deadlines

Technology First’s Annual Ohio Information Security Conference will feature Privacy World’s Kristin Bryan and David Oberly, accompanied by Squire Patton Bogg’s Vipal Patel, for an in-person discussion covering the Legal Implications for Un-Security. The conference brings industry stakeholders from across the US together to share knowledge, consider threat developments and address data protection.

Key Takeaway

A Massachusetts class action claim underscores that institutions of higher education will continue to be targets for cybercriminals – and class action plaintiffs know it.

Background

On January 4, 2023, in Jackson v. Suffolk University, No. 23-cv-10019, Jackson (Plaintiff) filed a proposed class action lawsuit in the U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts against her alma matter, Suffolk University (Suffolk), arising from a data breach affecting thousands of current and former Suffolk students.  
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The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has unanimously adopted a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) to revise its requirements related to data breach reporting requirements applicable to telecommunications carriers and interconnected Voice over Internet Protocol providers. The proposal seeks to “strengthen the Commission’s rules for notifying customers and federal law enforcement of breaches of customer proprietary network information (CPNI).” CPNI is data on the subscribers’ telephone usage as originally defined in Section 222 of the Communications Act. The Commission’s aim is “to better align its rules with recent developments in federal and state data breach laws covering other sectors.”

Continue Reading Federal Communications Commission Proposes Revisions to Data Breach Rules