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The Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation is extending its data transfer certifications beyond its member countries and standardising some cross-border data flow complexities.
22 April 2022
Companies facing pressure to rapidly respond to legal requests may have spurred data breaches that involve hackers posing as law enforcement to obtain customer data.
20 April 2022
Bolstered by the Supreme Court’s Van Buren ruling, a US federal appeals court has again ruled that LinkedIn cannot use the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act to stop hiQ Labs from scraping its public user data – but hinted that other legal routes could still be available to LinkedIn.
19 April 2022
Tech developers and privacy advocates have shared the ongoing struggles of companies trying to offer meaningful consent requests to consumers.
19 April 2022
Colorado’s attorney-general Philip Weiser unpacked the varying levels of interoperability and the prospective approach needed for the development of state-level privacy laws.
13 April 2022
US Federal Trade Commission chair Lina Khan has said her agency is considering expanding its rules and aiming complaints at the big and middlemen players in data collection.
12 April 2022
The new Gibson Dunn & Crutcher partner says the US Federal Trade Commission is bolstering its privacy focus and may attempt more court battles and creative approaches to enforcement.
11 April 2022
Lawyers say the US Department of Justice and federal regulators are increasingly investigating companies’ cybersecurity measures.
08 April 2022
A BakerHostetler report says ransomware attacks have continued to grow, but clients have given hackers less leverage during negotiations and the overall value of payouts has been cut.
07 April 2022
Squire Patton Boggs has doubled the number of partners in its UK data practice, shortly after adding several other senior lawyers in London and Madrid.
06 April 2022
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