Category: Cybersecurity

Suite of New Laws in Washington Aim to Strengthen Reproductive Health Privacy Protections

By Jennifer K. Wagner, J.D., Ph.D.   While people tend to think of California as the state leading the nation on comprehensive data privacy law protections (with CCPA and CPRA) and Illinois as the state leading the way on biometric-specific data protections (with BIPA), Washington is worthy of similar attention for its adoption of meaningful
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Wiretap Lawsuits Based on Session Replay Software Are on the Rise. Here’s What You Should Know.

By Krishna A. Jani, CIPP/US, Flaster Greenberg PC   The Technology   Businesses with consumer-facing websites face a bit of a legal “Wild West” with regard to the collection of data at the moment. Most businesses collect some degree of consumer or site visitor data using cookies, web beacons, and/or session replay software. That data
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2023 Starts Off With a Mobile Application Sweep

With the January 1 CPRA enforcement date came new compliance rules from California privacy regulators. California Attorney General Rob Bonta recently announced an investigation focusing on popular retail, travel and food service mobile apps that have violated the California Consumer Privacy Act. The Data Privacy Day investigative sweep comes with added urgency, as the affirmative
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