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Transfer Tedium: Adapting the New SCCs to Account for Transfers from Switzerland and the UK

As the September 27th deadline to implement the new Standard Contractual Clauses (“SCCs”) approaches, many privacy practitioners are working overtime to help…

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The Biden Administration’s Recent Cybersecurity Executive Orders and What They Could Mean for Federal Contractors and Other IT and Software Providers

President Biden has made protecting America’s critical infrastructure and Americans’ sensitive information from cybersecurity threats and attack an important administrative initiative.  In the midst of…

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The EU Commission’s New SCCs for International Transfers: Top 5 Immediate Takeaways

Ending months of anxious speculation from privacy lawyers around the globe, the European Commission announced on Friday that it had adopted final versions of the…

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High Stakes: North Carolina Consumer Privacy Bill Sees Virginia’s CDPA and Raises a Private Right of Action with Automatic Treble Damages

Since California enacted the CCPA in 2018, legislatures in other states throughout the country have sought to pass their own comprehensive privacy laws. So far,…

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CUL8R TCPA: SCOTUS Delivers a BFD Opinion in TXT MSG Litigation Landscape

In a unanimous decision we sincerely hope was not a cruel April Fool’s Day gag, yesterday the United States Supreme Court ruled in favor of…

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