Month: February 2021

The European Commission Publishes Draft UK Adequacy Decision

What has happened? The European Commission has published its draft decision on February 19, 2021 granting data protection adequacy status to the UK under Article 45(3) of the GDPR. The draft decision is currently under review by the European Data Protection Board, which will issue its opinion (not binding) in […]

Improving Cyber Insurance Practice Should Be a Company’s Priority

The New York State Department of Financial Services recently issued guidance for New York-regulated property and casualty insurers to effectively manage the cyber insurance risk present in their insurance portfolio. The DFS’ guidance signals an effort to reduce overall volatility in the cyber insurance market, which has been compounded by […]

FTC Requires App Developer to Obtain Users’ Express Consent for Use of Facial Recognition

The Federal Trade Commission announced on January 11 that Everalbum, the developer of the photo storage application called Ever, settled allegations that it deceived users about its use of facial recognition technology and retained photos and videos from users who had deactivated their accounts in violation of its own privacy policy. […]