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No Money, Mo’ Problems: DoorDash CCPA Enforcement Action Emphasizes Personal Information “Sales” Aren’t All About the Benjamins

The California Attorney General (“AG”) recently delivered (pun very much intended) a public CCPA enforcement action against DoorDash, its second following the…

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Bad Medicine: 5 Lessons from the Connecticut AG’s Report on CTDPA Cure Notices

On February 1, 2024, the Connecticut Office of the Attorney General (“OAG”) issued a Report to the General Assembly’s General Law Committee (“Report”), summarizing…

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New Year, New(ish) State Privacy Laws: New Jersey and New Hampshire Ring in 2024 with Comprehensive Privacy Laws

Just one month into 2024 and two states have already passed comprehensive consumer data privacy bills. In New Jersey, the legislature passed and on January…

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Empire State of Security: New York DFS Finalizes Significant Amendment to Financial Services Cybersecurity Regulation

The New York State Department of Financial Services (“NYDFS”), which regulates financial services institutions including banks, insurance companies, and mortgage brokers, finalized an…

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Shortlisted: The Colorado Attorney General Identifies Three Potential Universal Opt-Out Mechanisms for Upcoming CPA Opt-Out Requirement

The Colorado Privacy Act may have taken effect earlier this year, but that doesn’t mean all companies that do business in Colorado and fall within…

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