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The US Department of Justice said X’s motion to terminate a 2022 FTC administrative order should be dismissed and claims that the FTC is biased and interfered in X’s audit are false.
13 September 2023
Could billion-euro claims fulfil activists’ hopes of deterring breaches of the GDPR and meet the public enforcement gap, or will procedural obstacles and funding issues kill off their cases?
12 September 2023
The company formerly known as Twitter has sued to stop the enforcement of a California law that it said imposes illegal content moderation requirements onto social media platforms.
11 September 2023
A judge has refused to fully dismiss a class action alleging Meta’s Pixel collected healthcare data without consent.
08 September 2023
A class action alleges a Tesla breach exposed personal data; another Warner Bros. privacy in-house attorney joins Big Law; and 54 attorneys general call on Congress to study AI’s effect on kids.
08 September 2023
Verizon has agreed to pay over $4 million to settle claims that it didn't fully implement required cybersecurity controls when it provided IT services to federal agencies – the latest False Claims Act investigation into contractors’ cybersecurity compliance.
07 September 2023
A major law firm is no longer a defendant in litigation alleging it committed misconduct while investigating Wirecard short-seller Matthew Earl.
06 September 2023
Illinois residents allege Meta’s Messenger app collects users' and non-users' biometric data without their permission in violation of the Biometric Information Privacy Act (BIPA).
05 September 2023
A Michigan judge preliminarily approves a $9.5 million Preservation of Personal Privacy Act settlement; TD Ameritrade and Charles Schwab sued over data breach; and the American Bar Association launches AI task force.
01 September 2023
A Texas judge has denied Google’s request to dismiss an injunction request under the state’s biometric law.
31 August 2023
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