Region: United States of America

NIST finalises AI risk management guidance

NIST’s AI risk management framework joins a growing federal push to regulate AI in the US.

27 January 2023

GDR 100 Elite interviews: Cooley’s Travis LeBlanc and Patrick Van Eecke

Co-Lead of Cooley’s cyber/data/privacy practice and global litigation department Travis LeBlanc and head of Cooley’s European cyber/data/privacy practice Patrick Van Eecke discuss how the firm’s practice is weathering an economic slowdown and why EU-wide class actions and the SEC’s proposed cybersecurity requirements are keeping clients up at night.

27 January 2023

T-Mobile hit with lawsuits following breach announcement

Within days of T-Mobile announcing a new data breach, a plaintiff-side law firm has backed two class action lawsuits against the company.

24 January 2023

Lawsuit alleges tax-prep sites illegally shared data with Meta

Meta Pixel cookies have collected and shared the data of millions of users of tax-preparation providers after being “blindly made available” to the companies, a putative class action suit has alleged.

24 January 2023

Smooth sailing expected for companies switching to new Privacy Shield

As an adequacy decision for the US winds through EU institutions, Privacy Shield-certified companies should only need to make minor modifications to receive certification under the planned EU-US Data Privacy Framework.

20 January 2023

Web analytics tools under siege in Pennsylvania and California courts

Recent decisions in the Ninth and Third Circuit have opened a floodgate of data privacy class actions alleging that companies’ tracking cookies illegally wiretapped consumers’ communications.

19 January 2023

US court throws out car data platform lawsuit

A California federal judge has dismissed a class action suit against car data services platform Otonomo over GPS tracking claims.

19 January 2023

California state court dismisses medical data breach lawsuit against edtech provider

The California Superior Court has found that a breached company possessing medical information had no obligation to notify all affected customers.

18 January 2023

Artists claim AI company infringed their copyright

A putative class action claims a London-based tech company unlawfully used copyrighted photos to create AI-generated images.

17 January 2023

Judge denies ex-Uber chief security officer’s acquittal motion

A federal judge has denied a request to reverse a former Uber chief security officer’s felony convictions relating to his obstruction of an FTC data breach investigation.

13 January 2023

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