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As security risks continue to be at the forefront of legislators’ agendas across the country, New York has joined the growing roster of states pressing businesses to develop more robust breach procedures.
Arent Fox Privacy, Cybersecurity & Data Protection Practice Group Leader Sarah Bruno was quoted in the Boomberg Law article, “Looming California Privacy Law Has Companies Gearing Up,” published on May 31, 2019.
The Supreme Court of the United States recently tackled privacy in the mobile age and agreed that cell phone location is something that is protected.
Sarah L. Bruno was named to the Daily Journal's inaugural list of the "Top Cyber/Artificial Intelligence Lawyers" in California.
The latest question in privacy law is not what’s in a name (or IP address, PHI, TV viewing activity, etc.), but what’s on a face. Consumers are becoming increasingly concerned with how companies are using their biometric information such as facial, fingerprint, and iris information.
Instagram is rolling out a new tool that will make it easier to tag and track paid commercial content.
The Northern District of Illinois Finally Puts an End to the In Re Barnes and Noble Pin Pad Litigation
Since 2012, Barnes & Noble has been fighting claims arising from a data breach that affected its credit card pin pad machines. Now, the Barnes & Noble “Pin Pad” litigation is finally over.
Last week, the US Department of Health & Human Services’ Office for Civil Rights (OCR) announced that Denver-based Metro Community Provider Network (a federally-qualified health center or FQHC) will pay $400,000 and implement a corrective action plan to settle its violations of HIPAA.
A recent string of advertising and privacy crackdowns on mobile health apps should have developers on high alert as regulators are scrutinizing advertising statements and privacy policies.
The Forum focused on the consumer implications of artificial intelligence (AI) and blockchain, two rapidly developing technologies.
This is HHS’ first enforcement action against a covered entity that reported a breach, but did not do so timely.
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) recently issued guidance for both businesses and consumers on defending against ransomware, both of which are based on lessons learned from the FTC’s recent ransomware workshop, with panelists that included security researchers, technologists, law enforcers, and bu
FCC Adopts Broadband Privacy Rules and Signals Mandatory Arbitration Clauses Are Next in Its Crosshairs
At its monthly Open Meeting on October 27, the Federal Communications Commission adopted, but has not yet released, new privacy rules requiring retail broadband providers to offer consumers more choice over how their personal information is used.
The Supreme Court case involving Spokeo and Thomas Robins, a consumer whose information was included in the search engine's reports, highlights the limitations to a consumer's ability to enforce their rights under the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA).
On June 24, 2016, the non-profit Catholic Health Care Services of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia (CHCS) agreed to settle potential violations of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) Security Rule with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS).
What Do Self-Driving Cars and Your Heart Monitor Have in Common? The Same Questions About Cybersecurity
Arent Fox partner Sarah Bruno recently published a very interesting alert on new privacy and cybersecurity challenges facing the automotive industry in the age of autonomous vehicles, syncing software, and wearable devices that interact with your vehicle.