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2024 U.S. regulatory enforcement priorities for data & AI

In late 2023 and early 2024, federal and state regulators signaled their enforcement priorities regarding the use of data and AI. These enforcement priorities range from sweeping investigations into entire labor sectors to targeting specific uses of technology. FEDERAL FTC. The

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CCPA + CPRA Timeline of Key Events

[Updated: August 30, 2023] As the first comprehensive state privacy law to provide broad consumer rights over personal information, the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (“CCPA”) is a groundbreaking privacy law in the United States, and it paved the way

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CPRA regulations finalized and effective immediately

[Update: On March 30, 2023, the California Chamber of Commerce filed suit against the California Privacy Protection Agency, arguing that the amended regulations should not enter force until once year following finalization of the regulations. The court agreed, holding that enforcement cannot

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California’s Social Media Transparency Law

Disclosure Obligations, Hate Speech & AG Reports Legislators across the United States have been grappling with how to regulate social media companies. In Texas, the 5th Circuit upheld a law limiting how social media platforms can moderate content.[1] In Florida, a brief

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The California Age-Appropriate Design Code

***Update: On September 15, 2022, Governor Newsom signed AB 2273, establishing the California Age-Appropriate Design Code Act. Who It Covers, What It Requires & How It Compares to the UK Effective July 1, 2024, the California Age-Appropriate Design Code imposes obligations on

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And Then There Were Five…

In July of 2021, Colorado joined California and Virginia, and became the third U.S. state with a comprehensive consumer privacy law. The Colorado Privacy Act is set to take effect in July 2023. Hot on its heels, and within just two

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