The Network Advertising Initiative (NAI), an industry trade group that develops self-regulatory standards for online advertising, has released its Precise Location Information Solution Provider Voluntary Enhanced Standards.

The new standards

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Plaintiffs have filed a wave of consumer litigation against website owners/operators alleging violations of state wiretapping statutes based on the use of so-called “session replay” software on websites to monitor

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On May 7, 2020, the New York Attorney General announced she will not sue Zoom after it agreed to adopt enhanced data security and privacy measures to protect the data

Continue Reading NY Attorney General Drops Zoom Probe After Agreement on Enhanced Data Security and Privacy Safeguards.

Following an 11th Circuit Court decision that struck down a 2018 Federal Trade Commission (FTC) order as “unenforceably vague,” the FTC has “instructed staff to closely review [their] orders
Continue Reading Following Circuit Court Ruling, FTC Revamps Data Security Enforcement Orders

The FTC has entered into a consent order with a sole proprietor for a failure to implement reasonable protections of personal information.

At issue were the following statements, which the
Continue Reading FTC Reaches Consent Order With Sole Proprietor Over Failure to Protect Personal Information