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

Last week, on July 16, 2020, Europe’s top court invalidated the EU-US data flow arrangement called Privacy Shield.  In a world with competing privacy regulations, many thousands of global businesses relied heavily Privacy Shield to conduct their business across EU-US borders (there are 5300+ current Privacy Shield participants, and the transatlantic economic relationship is valued

Rothwell Figg attorneys Martin M. Zoltick and Jenny L. Colgate published a chapter titled “Privacy, Data Protection, and Cybersecurity: A State-Law Analysis” in the International Comparative Legal Guide to: Data Protection 2020, published by Global Legal Group Ltd.

While some countries have enacted comprehensive privacy and data protection laws, like the EU’s General Data Protection

As of July 1, 2020, the California Attorney General began enforcing the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). While many details about CCPA enforcement remain uncertain, many states have enacted or will enact their own privacy laws. Businesses clearly must wrestle with this mosaic of new and emerging privacy restrictions.  Some industries have explored legal challenges

Today the U.S. Supreme Court found in Barr v. American Association of Political Consultants, Inc. that the federal debt collection exemption to the Telephone Consumer Protection Act’s general prohibition on autodialed calls violates the First Amendment.  The Supreme Court held that the exemption was a content-based restriction on speech because it favors speech made

The question is – do wiretapping statutes apply in cases where there is no traditional third party interceptor?  And more practically speaking, how does an entity using plug-ins and cookies avoid liability under wiretapping statutes while there is so much uncertainty in the law?

We previously blogged about this issue In re: Facebook, Inc. Internet

On May 28, President Donald Trump issued an executive order on preventing online censorship targeting the Communications Decency Act, or CDA, titled “Protection for good Samaritan blocking and screening of offensive material.”[1]

While there remain serious doubts as to the legality of the order, including the extent to which it is a constitutionally impermissible

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