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Four and Counting: Utah on Verge of Becoming the Fourth State to Adopt a Comprehensive Consumer Privacy Law

The Utah Consumer Privacy Act (UCPA) is on the verge of becoming law after recently passing both chambers of the Utah legislature…

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A Prelude to Enforcement: Colorado AG Issues Remarks Opining on What Constitutes Reasonable Security Measures

Last month, on Data Privacy Day, Colorado’s Attorney General Philip Weiser released prepared remarks entitled “The Way Forward on Data Privacy and Data Security”…

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The Aftermath of Facebook v. Duguid: Trends and Practical Tips

As we discussed in a post last year the Supreme Court issued a landmark decision in the Spring of 2021, on the TCPA’s definition…

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5 Key Takeaways from the EDPB’s Final Guidelines on Examples Regarding Personal Data Breach Notification

Following a public consultation on an initial version released last January, the European Data Protection Board (“EDPB”) last month adopted a final version of its…

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To-Do in 2022: Top 5 Data Protection Contracting Tasks

Since 2018, a consistent stream of newly adopted privacy laws and other regulatory developments (such as GDPR, CCPA, Schrems…

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