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 with associate Caitlin Wilmot will present a webinar in conjunction with Lexology titled “Employee privacy and security considerations in the age of COVID-19” on Wednesday, September 23, 2020, from 11 am – 12 pm ET.

The world changed dramatically in early 2020 as COVID-19 forced companies worldwide to change

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

Partners Martin ZoltickJenny Colgate, and Christopher Ott will present a webinar with the Northern Virginia Technology Council (NVTC) on “Employee and Customer Health Data: Back to Work in COVID-19” on Friday, June 5, 2020, at 10 a.m. EDT. The virtual event is open to all interested in attending.

As organizations open their

Just last year the public was scrutinizing Big Tech for its collection and use of extraordinary amounts of data about people’s activities, from real-world location tracking to virtual lingering and clicks.  This scrutiny led to the landmark California Consumer Privacy Act, among other general privacy and data protection laws around the world. Will Big Tech

There is no doubt that we are generating, processing, and transferring more data RIGHT NOW than we ever have before.  It is almost certain that our data generation, processing and transmission is many, many times that today than it was this same time last week—not to mention last month—because of “work-around” efforts due to the