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The Next Post They Write Might Be About You: The FTC’s Business Blog Calls Out Health Data Practices That Can Violate Section 5

In another example of the agency’s practice of regulation by blog, the FTC published last week a Business Blog…

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Let’s Get Back Together?: What to Do About the EU-U.S. Data Privacy Framework Adequacy Decision

Earlier this month the EU Commission adopted an adequacy decision for the EU-U.S. Data Privacy Framework (”DPF”), which replaces the Privacy Shield…

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Same Old, Not Quite Same Old: Montana and Tennessee Adopt Comprehensive Privacy Laws, with a Unique Twist in Tennessee

The comprehensive state privacy law trend (and the related trend of enhanced job security for privacy professionals) shows no sign of slowing. Last month the…

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My Health, My Data, My Class Action Lawsuit: Why the Washington My Health My Data Act Deserves EVERY Company’s Attention

To say there’s been a lot of new privacy law in the last decade is an understatement. For those of us who think we’ve “seen…

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Privacy at the Crossroads of America: Indiana Becomes the Seventh State to Pass a Comprehensive Privacy Law

Hot on the heels of Iowa’s passage of the nation’s sixth comprehensive state privacy law, the Indiana legislature passed what is likely to be…

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