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There’s an elephant in the room of the privacy community, and our failure to recognize it undermines discussions about why U.S. federal privacy law efforts have to date come up short.
More than two years after enforcement of the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) began, the California Attorney General has made its first enforcement action under the law, a $1.2 million settlement with retailer Sephora USA, Inc.
Brazil is one of the latest countries to adopt a wide-ranging data protection law. Its LGPD is an attempt to unify a patchwork of over 40 federal statutes that previously governed the personal data of Brazilians.
Data is without question the fuel that drives our connected and digitized world. Virtually every action a person takes online generates new data, of which the amount created is staggering, and continues to grow each year. Which begs the question: what happens to all that data?
The landmark California Consumer Privacy Act gives Californians the strongest online privacy rights in the country, including the right to sue businesses in the event of a data breach.
While our attention was focused on the coronavirus, the global cancer epidemic quietly increased to 19.3 million cases and 10 million cancer deaths in 2020. While alarming, these statistics are not destiny.
New research and actual attack reports show hackers can infect the MDM servers that control employees’ devices and further penetrate internal company networks.
COVID-19 has caused unprecedented disruptions to the healthcare sector. Even before the pandemic, industry experts expected significant changes to shake up the healthcare landscape in the years ahead.
As the coronavirus continues to disrupt business — and as businesses struggle to satisfy contracts — the applicability of force majeure clauses is becoming a critical legal issue.
Last chair came early this ski season due to the COVID-19 pandemic. For skiers and riders on the Epic Pass, the shortened season has an added letdown: not receiving a pass refund. According to the class action lawsuit filed by Milberg Phillips Grossman, this is unfair—and unlawful.
The next stop on the Isaiah Austin comeback tour will be in Puerto Rico, where the former Baylor big man has agreed to play for the Guaynabo Mets of the Baloncesto Superior Nacional (BSN).
A class action lawsuit was filed on behalf of Purdue University students who were forced to leave campus and take online courses due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
Coronavirus has led to social distancing, lock downs, and travel restrictions. In response, people are increasingly gathering in virtual spaces to learn, work, shop, and socialize. Long after the virus fades, this trend toward digital collaboration is likely to become more permanent.