If you couldn’t make it to my recent webinar where I discussed new state privacy laws with Libbie Canter, you can watch the replay here.
It’s a new year in privacy, and as usual, there are many things to watch. Here are 5 burning questions:
A lot has happened in privacy law in 2022 . . . which is actually nothing new because so much happens every year. I have thought about which 5 developments are the most notable, and here’s my list.
Please check out the conversation I had with Alexandra Ross and Elena Elkina about dark patterns. A “dark pattern” is a term coined in 2010 by Harry Brignull, who defined it as “a user interface that has been carefully crafted to trick users into doing things, such as buying insurance with their purchase or signing up […]
In this video, Justin Antonipillai (Wirewheel) and I discuss the CPRA and its potential effects with Alastair Mactaggart (Californians for Consumer Privacy). Mactaggart’s referendum sparked the passage of the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) in 2018. This year, he has another referendum (Proposition 24) called the Californian Privacy Rights Act (CPRA), which aims to amend […]
Numerous privacy laws are requiring that companies provide individuals with data rights — rights to access their data, correct their data, learn about uses of their data, delete their data, and more. Administering these rights can be quite complicated for organizations.
What are the requirements for California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) training? At Section 1798.135(a)(3), the CCPA requires that businesses “ensure that all individuals responsible for handling consumer inquiries about the business’s privacy practices or the business’s compliance with this title are informed of all requirements in Section 1798.120 and this section and how to direct […]
I have posted to SSRN a copy of my latest draft article, The Myth of the Privacy Paradox. It’s available for download for free. Here’s the abstract:
I am pleased to announce that Professor Paul Schwartz and I have released new supplemental materials for our INFORMATION PRIVACY LAW casebooks: (1) edited version of Carpenter v. US (2) overview of the CCPA + state biometric privacy laws
Updated on March 27, 2020 — The California AG came out with a modified modified draft of the CCPA regulation on March 11, 2020. Most notably, a few of the changes in the February 7 draft were walked back. I will discuss the details below. On Friday, February 7, 2020, the California AG dropped a […]