Mondelez fires back over law firm data breach

Snack maker Mondelez has sought to dismiss a consolidated group of lawsuits stemming from a data breach at Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner.

14 November 2023

Norway DPA ordered to reach decision

Norway’s Privacy Appeals Board has sent a complaint back to the country’s data watchdog after finding it should have reached a decision on a data controller’s processing.

14 November 2023

Meta predicts a decade of litigation to settle AI copyright questions

Senior figures at Meta and Microsoft have refused to be drawn out on the use of copyrighted materials for the training of large language models, while continuing to push for an exemption to allow companies to hone AI by mass data scraping.

14 November 2023

Finland’s supreme court declines appeal against DPA

Finland’s Supreme Administrative Court has ended a parking company’s attempt to overturn a GDPR decision.

13 November 2023

Colorado establishes first life insurance AI rules

A Colorado regulation is setting legal standards for how life insurance providers harness personal data and algorithms during their policy decision-making.

13 November 2023

Things fell apart: AI newsletter 13 November 2023

The EU has long planned to be a major force in the regulation of AI. Its AI Act framework now appears to be at risk following a negotiation deadlock – which could give other countries’ frameworks and supranational bodies’ guidance folks more opportunities to set the global tone.

13 November 2023

Ireland again orders Airbnb to change identity verification procedures

Ireland’s data regulator has again ordered Airbnb to revise internal policies and procedures after finding against it in a second identity verification processes case.

10 November 2023

Amazon’s privacy win: US Privacy and Cybersecurity Alert 10 November 2023

Amazon defeats a putative data privacy class action; senators consider legislation requiring federal agencies adopt NIST AI framework; and a Carlton Fields cybersecurity attorney joins Foley & Lardner.

10 November 2023

ECJ sides with Google, Meta and TikTok against Austrian content law

The European Court of Justice has said that an Austrian law combating illegal online content does not apply to Google, Meta and TikTok as they are headquartered in Ireland.

10 November 2023

ECJ vehicle data ruling clears personal data grey area

The ECJ has drawn a line through a previously uncertain area of data protection law in a ruling that deals with whether automobile data can be shared with third parties.

09 November 2023

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