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Clearview’s BIPA class action might be settling soon; the National Basketball Association argues a VPPA class action appeal must be thrown out; and the Federal Communications Commission launches a data privacy and cybersecurity enforcement partnership with four state attorneys general offices.
08 December 2023
Marriott’s data breach class action was resurrected after a federal judge held the district court could override the hotel’s guest agreements prohibiting class actions.
30 November 2023
A federal judge has said he lacks authority to stop the Federal Trade Commission from altering its $5 billion Meta settlement.
28 November 2023
The American Bar Association fights back against a data breach class action; a longtime data privacy advocate retires from the US House of Representatives; and Google turns to Cooley over generative AI spying claims.
27 November 2023
The Information Commissioner’s Office has reprimanded a company over a data breach that affected bank details and medical information.
23 November 2023
Despite covid-19 halting proceedings and more than two years of inactivity, a Canadian court has rejected a motion to dismiss a class action over a data breach the bank suffered in 2013.
22 November 2023
A judge has said a federal court cannot modify or terminate the Federal Trade Commission’s Twitter deal.
20 November 2023
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
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
The New York State Department of Financial Services has made its cybersecurity controls more prescriptive.
08 November 2023
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