Privacy Litigation

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

Singapore to

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

CCPA Regs Effective Immediately, No One-Year Delay

Today, in a unanimous opinion, the Supreme Court of the United States ruled that agencies of the federal government can be sued by individual consumers for violations of the Fair Credit Reporting Act (“FCRA”), 15 U.S.C. § 1681, et seq.  The decision is significant in that it paves the way for more FCRA

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

California Attorney General Announces Industry Investigative Sweep into

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Notes from the Asia Pacific Region, December 2023 | Privacy World

Singapore to Amend Cybersecurity Law | Privacy World

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Kyle Fath to Discuss California DELETE Act and Data Brokers on NAI Panel on Wednesday, December 13 | Privacy World

In a decision last week, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed dismissal of a putative class action concerning allegations that Shopify violated various California privacy and unfair competition laws by purportedly concealing its involvement in online consumer transactions.  Briskin v. Shopify, Inc., No. 22-15815, 2023 WL 8225346 (9th Cir. Nov. 28, 2023).  In

Last week, the Attorney General for California filed a notice of appeal to overturn a federal court ruling that the state’s Age-Appropriate Design Code Act (“CAADCA”) likely violates the First Amendment.  The appeal will put the constitutionality of California’s act before the Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.

Following unanimous votes by the California

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The French CNIL’s New Guidance on Whistleblowing | Privacy World

SEC Adopts Final Cybersecurity Risk Management and Incident Disclosure Regulations