California’s legislature adjourned for the year on August 31, 2022, after passing two notable children’s privacy bills: the California Age-Appropriate Design Code Act and the Student Test Taker Privacy Protection Act, both of which now await the governor’s signature.
Last week, the California Legislature adjourned its 2022 legislative session without passing proposed legislation (AB 2871, AB 2891, SB 1454, AB 1102) that would have extended or made permanent exemptions under the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) applicable to personal information collected in human resources (HR) and business-to-business (B2B) contexts. […]
Introduction The number of class actions brought in the UK is likely to grow considerably in the coming years. In particular, we expect claimant firms to continue making claims for misuse use of data where an issue affects a large number of individuals. This post: Introduces group and representative actions […]