Earlier this week, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) announced a settlement with Zoom that will require the company to enhance its data security practices to address allegations that the videoconferencing provider engaged in a series of deceptive and unfair practices that duped users into a false sense of security. Zoom, which has become a household

Have you seen the new headline about Twitter in the news?  It may be time to double-check your corporate practices and check-in with your employees.
The top new FTC privacy probe concerns Twitter, which has been charged by the FTC for breaching a 2011 consent decree by using phone numbers and email addresses that users

Starting last month, companies around the United States started to reopen their doors to their employees and customers, but not without first considering what “checks” should be done to ensure a safe environment for all.  Temperature checks, COVID-19 testing, symptom reporting, travel history questionnaires, geolocation tracking and other surveillance measures, and even using AI to

The Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) released its 2019 Privacy and Data Security Update, highlighting its enforcement actions in 2019 directed to the protection of consumer privacy and data security.

In the roundup of 2019 Privacy Cases, the Update highlights the FTC’s and the Department of Justice’s record $5 billion penalty imposed on Facebook—the largest