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Photo App Developer Settlement

Photo App Developer Settles with FTC over Deceptive Use of Facial Recognition Technology

Everalbum, Inc., a California-based photo app developer, has settled with the Federal Trade Commission over allegations that it deceived consumers over its use of facial recognition technology. Everalbum’s application called ...
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new york privacy act re-introduced

New York Legislators Re-Introduce the New York Privacy Act

On January 6, 2021, New York legislators introduced the New York Privacy Act (AB680). The bill is identical to AB8526 which never made it out of the Consumer Affairs and ...
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illinois student online personal protection act

Amended Illinois Student Online Personal Protection Act to Goes into Effect This Year

The amended Student Online Personal Protection Act enacted in August of 2019 will go into effect later this year on July 1, 2021. The new law puts restrictions on data ...
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New York Legislators Introduce a Biometric Privacy Act

New York Legislators Introduce a Biometric Privacy Act

On January 6, 2021, a group of New York lawmakers introduced a Biometric Privacy Act to the state legislature (NY A00027). The proposed Act is modeled on the Illinois Biometric ...
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UK reaches agreement with the european union for data transfers

U.K. Reaches an Interim Agreement with the European Union for Data Transfers Post-Brexit

On the eve of the expiration of the Brexit transitional period, the U.K. Government has reached an agreement with the European Union that will allow personal data to flow freely ...
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First Dedicated Privacy Agency in the United States

The New Sheriff in Town: the California Privacy Rights Act Establishes the First Dedicated Privacy Agency in the United States

The California Privacy Rights Act 2020, which was approved by the state voters on November 3, 2020 and became the law on December 9, establishes a new state agency – ...
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