The Video Privacy Protection Act (VPPA) was enacted in 1988 after a supreme court nominee’s video rental history went public.
Why do we care about this now? Recently, due to the nature of the Act, it has widespread applicability in today’s privacy climate. Class actions based on the VPPA are being filed against big companies and everyone is wondering if this will be part of enforcement.
Join Truyo President Dan Clarke and Fox Rothschild Partner Odia Kagan on April 27 as they discuss how VPPA applies today and how people will need to navigate compliance going forward.