Tech Giants Beware: New Threshold for Cases Arising Under BIPA Takes its Latest Victims

By Francyn Brown, posted on 5/18/2020 3:27:54 PM

Facebook hit with $500 million settlement while Google faces its own class action lawsuit. These cases are an effect of the Illinois Supreme Court’s decision to merely require a violation of one’s biometric privacy rights as the threshold to bring suit. Read More

Will the Recently Enacted EU Privacy Shield Suffer the Same Fate as Safe Harbor?

By Alexis Payne, posted on 1/18/2017 2:45:41 AM

Like Safe Harbor, Privacy Shield governs the steps a U.S. organization needs to take in order to ensure that personal data moving out of the EU is adequately protected once received in the U.S..   Read More

California's Amended Law Significantly Expands Data Breach Reporting Requirements

By Alexis Payne, posted on 10/13/2016 12:23:45 AM

The patchwork of state data breach notification laws is about to get even more complicated. The governor of California recently signed into law AB 2828, which amends the state’s already stringent data breach law. Read More
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