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Newly Issued Guidelines on Standard Contracts for Cross-boundary Data Flow Within the Greater Bay Area (i.e., Hong Kong, Macau and

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FCC Acts to Protect Consumer Data by Strengthening Customer Proprietary Network Information and Number Porting Rules | Privacy World

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A Guide Comparing EU, China, ASEAN Standard Contracts for Data Transfers | Privacy World

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China Releases the Standard Contract on Personal Information Export

Following up on its initial notice from last September, the Federal Communications Commission (the Commission) has released a draft Report and Order and Further Notice of Proposed Rulemaking to address unwanted text messages that “invade consumer privacy and are vehicles for consumer fraud and identity theft.” The Commission will consider adopting the proposed rules at

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.”
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In February of this year, Federal Communications Commission (“FCC”) Chairwoman Jessica Rosenworcel announced that she had submitted a proposal to her colleague Commissioners to regulate “ringless voicemails” to wireless phones under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (“TCPA”). She noted that “‘[r]ingless voicemail can be annoying, invasive, and can lead to fraud like other robocalls—so it

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Biden Administration Issues Executive Order for Privacy Shield Replacement | Consumer Privacy World

Supreme Court to Hear Pair of

On September 30, 2022, the Colorado Attorney General’s Office (“Colorado AG”) issued its proposed draft Colorado Privacy Act (“CPA”) Rules (the “CPA Rules” or “Rules”). The draft Rules, which add significant complexity and obligations on businesses, go far beyond what was expected of the Colorado AG and, despite the repeated insistence for interoperability with other