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

California Attorney General Announces Industry Investigative Sweep into

Following up on his Wall Street Journal op-ed in January, President Joe Biden has now directly called on Congress to act on privacy legislation.  Last week, he bluntly told lawmakers in his State of the Union address: “[I]t’s time to pass bipartisan legislation to stop Big Tech from collecting personal data on kids and teenagers

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SPB’s Kristin Bryan and James Brennan to Speak at Conference on Data Privacy, Cybersecurity, and Governance, Risk & Compliance on

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

Supreme Court to Hear Pair of

Earlier today, President Biden issued the Executive Order that is expected to lay the groundwork for the replacement for Privacy Shield.   

Key Takeaway 

President Biden issued an Executive Order to help pave the way for a new mechanism to transfer personal data subject to EU data protection law from the EU to the US. Whether and when the new mechanism will be available for US businesses remains to be seen.Continue Reading Biden Administration Issues Executive Order for Privacy Shield Replacement

Last week, the House Energy and Commerce Committee advanced H.R. 4551, the “Reporting Attacks from Nations Selected for Oversight and Monitoring Web Attacks and Ransomware from Enemies Act” (“RANSOMWARE Act”).  H.R. 4551 was introduced by Consumer Protection and Commerce Ranking Member Gus Bilirakis (R-FL).

If it becomes law, H.R. 4551 would amend Section 14 of

For years now, California has led the way by setting the standard for privacy and data protection regulation in the United States. Recently— and as calls for greater controls over the addictive nature of social media grow louder—legislators in the Golden State have moved closer toward enacting a new, first-of-its-kind privacy law that would prohibit the development and utilization of “addictive” features by social media platforms. At the same time, state legislators also advanced a second bill that would put in place stringent online privacy protections for minors.

Businesses should monitor the progress of these bills closely, as their enactment—combined with an increased focus on children’s privacy by both federal lawmakers and the Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”)—may have a ripple effect in other states and municipalities, with legislators following close behind to enact similar children’s online privacy laws.Continue Reading California Moves Closer to Enacting More Stringent Online Privacy Protections for Children

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The ASA’s Top Tips on Advertising “Free Trials”

FCC Announces Nine More State Robocall Investigation Partnerships

FTC Targets Children’s

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