Federal Trade Commission (FTC)

Is a U.S. federal privacy law on the horizon?

Tomorrow, September 23rd at 10:00 a.m., U.S. Senator Roger Wicker (R-Miss.), chairman of the Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation, will convene a hearing titled, “Revisiting the Need for Federal Data Privacy Legislation.”

The hearing will examine the current state of consumer data privacy and legislative

Partners Martin Zoltick and Jenny Colgate, along with associate Caitlin Wilmot, will present a webinar titled “Connected Healthcare – Navigating the Patchwork of US Privacy Laws and Developing a Platform that Promotes Trust” for the American Bar Association (ABA) on Monday, September 21, 2020, at 1 pm ET.

As the field of connected

By now, most of us have participated in at least one videoconference from the comfort of our homes, be it for a work meeting, a fitness class, or a virtual happy hour with friends across the country. Easing the transition from business-as-usual to social distancing and sheltering-in-place, these video communications platforms and apps have no

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

“Reasonable” appears several times in the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), and most notably in the section on the private right of action for a data breach resulting from “a business’s violation of the duty to implement and maintain reasonable security procedures and practices appropriate to the nature of the information to protect the personal

On January 21, 2020, the Supreme Court denied Facebook’s Petition for Certiorari, raising the issues of (i) Whether a court can find Article III standing based on its conclusion that a state protects a concrete interest, without determining that the plaintiff suffered a personal, real-world injury from the alleged statutory violation; (ii) whether a court