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Data Security and Breach Notification Act of 2015 Advances Despite Strong Criticism

On April 17, advocates in support of a federal data security and breach notification law achieved a victory when the House Energy and Commerce Committee passed a bill supporting national legislation. The proposed Data...more

Privacy Bills Abound in Congress

Why it matters - From the President to Senators to Representatives, everyone in Washington, D.C. appears to be focused on privacy-related issues. Continuing his focus on cybersecurity, President Barack Obama signed an...more

Telemarketing Tips: What We Can Learn From Caribbean Cruise Lines’ Excursion With The FTC

The FTC’s “Do Not Call” and “robocall” rules do not apply to political survey calls. So, if Hillary Clinton sought to “voice blast” a survey about international issues, she could do so without violating the Telemarketing...more

Data privacy, security and breach notification bill passes through House subcommittee

A closely watched bipartisan national data privacy, security, and breach notification bill cleared a House subcommittee yesterday, sending it to the full House Energy and Commerce Committee for review. There have been many...more

Privacy Advocates Critical of Federal Consumer Privacy Bill

Last month, the White House released a “discussion draft” of its proposed Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights of 2015, and so far it has received a cool reception. The bill recognizes that “[t]here is rapid growth in the...more

Privacy Tuesday - March 2015: Unpacking the Obama Administration’s Consumer Privacy Proposal

Taking another “step” toward developing comprehensive privacy legislation, the White House has released a discussion draft of the Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights Act of 2015. The draft reflects the Fair Information Practice...more

Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights

The White House released its much anticipated legislative proposal on the Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights Act (CPBRA) that was first floated in 2012. The CPBRA, if enacted (which seems unlikely before 2016), would provide...more

White House Introduces Discussion Draft of Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights

Although most states have enacted some form of data privacy and breach notification laws, and certain federal statutory schemes cover specific industry sectors, there are no privacy protections for all personal data. Given...more

White House Issues Proposal for FTC-Regulated Data Privacy Protection

On February 27, 2015, the White House proposed legislation to protect consumers’ personal data and information that is collected and used by private companies and nonprofits. Federal and state governments and their agencies...more

The White House Released A Draft Consumer Privacy Bill Of Rights Act

On February 27, 2015, the White House released a discussion draft of its proposed Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights Act of 2015, which seeks to protect the privacy and security of individual consumers’ personal data. The...more

White House Offers First Look at Consumer Privacy Legislation

President Obama continued his push for privacy legislation by recently unveiling a draft Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights Act (“Draft Bill”). To move forward, the Draft Bill must be sponsored by a member of Congress and is...more

President Obama’s Proposed Privacy Bill of Rights - Part 5: Accountability

This week we have brought you a multi-part series analyzing the Obama administration’s proposed Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights (“CPBR” or “proposal”), which would require greater transparency by businesses in their privacy...more

President Obama Proposes Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights

President Obama has finally revealed the text of draft legislation that would establish “baseline protections” for consumers under a proposed Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights. The bill would impose new legal requirements on...more

White House Releases Draft Privacy Bill

The White House released a discussion draft of the Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights Act of 2015. The Act is intended to establish baseline privacy protections for individuals in industries which are not currently regulated at...more

President Obama’s Proposed Privacy Bill of Rights - Part 4: Data Security

On Friday, Feb. 27, the Obama administration unveiled a proposed Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights that would require “covered entities” to be more transparent in privacy practices, and provide individuals certain rights aimed...more

President Obama’s Proposed Privacy Bill of Rights - Part 3: Who’s Covered

This week we have brought you a multi-part series analyzing the Obama administration’s proposed Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights, which would require greater transparency by businesses in their privacy practices, and grant...more

Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights Act - A Mixed Bag

Late last week, President Obama released a “discussion draft” of the Administration’s long awaited Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights Act. At first blush, the results are a mixed bag: some good, some not so good, much work...more

President Obama’s Proposed Privacy Bill of Rights - Part 2: Notice, Consumer Control, and Context

Part 2: Notice, Consumer Control, and Context - Yesterday we brought you the first part in DWT’s series analyzing the Obama Administration’s proposed Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights, which would require greater...more

The Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights Redux

On February 27, 2015, the Obama White House released an “Administration Discussion Draft” of its Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights Act of 2015 (Proposed Consumer Privacy Act). ...more

President Obama’s Proposed Privacy Bill of Rights, Part 1: Personal Data, De-Identification, and Retention Requirements

On Friday, Feb. 27, the Obama administration unveiled a proposed Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights that would require businesses to be more transparent in privacy practices, and provide individuals certain rights aimed at...more

White House Releases Revised Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights

On Friday, February 27, 2015, the White House released a revised version of its 2012 proposal for a consumer privacy bill of rights. The revised legislative proposal largely tracks with the 2012 proposal in that it focuses on...more

White House Releases Draft Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights

Friday, the Obama Administration released a draft Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights Act, aimed at establishing baseline protections for individual privacy in the commercial world. If enacted, the bill would preempt state law...more

The Obama Administration’s Personal Data Notification & Protection Act: An Analysis

On January 12, 2015, President Obama proposed the Personal Data Notification & Protection Act, which would create a federal standard for data breach notification. The proposed bill is part of a more wide-ranging effort by the...more

President Promotes Cybersecurity in State of the Union Address

Highlighting the importance of cybersecurity in a time of data breaches and cyber attacks that have compromised our national security, privacy, economy, and businesses, President Obama incorporated cybersecurity issues in his...more

President Obama Acknowledges Growing Cybersecurity Threats to the Government and Economy, Proposes New Measures to Fight Cyber...

Just days after news broke that ISIS hackers forced the shutdown of the U.S. Central Command’s Twitter account, President Obama met with congressional leadership, members of the Federal Trade Commission and the Department of...more

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