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Update on FCC Privacy Rules

We previously reported on the FCC’s 2016 Privacy Order, “Protecting the Privacy of Customers of Broadband and Other Telecommunications Services” impacting Internet service providers’ data privacy practices and obligations and...more

Nevada Enacts Multiple Laws Affecting Consumer Finance

by Ballard Spahr LLP on

Nevada is rolling out a slate of legislation affecting consumer finance, including a measure to protect consumers’ privacy online and programs aimed at mitigating their risk of foreclosure. Here is a list of measures recently...more

Privacy Perils: 2FA or Not 2FA - That is the Question

by Bass, Berry & Sims PLC on

We've previously described and recommended the use of multi-factor (or two factor) authentication (2FA) on multiple occasions...more

Executive order presents three-pronged approach to improving U.S. cybersecurity

by Thompson Coburn LLP on

With a recent executive order, the President of the United States continued the efforts of the previous administration to improve the U.S.’s cybersecurity capabilities and protections. While the previous administration had...more

In Case You Missed It: Launch Links - April, 2017

by WilmerHale on

Some interesting links we found across the web this week: 'Downright Creepy': Internet Entrepreneurs Weigh in on Repeal of Internet Privacy Rules - Big Brother, big data and big worries about the repeal of...more

Law à la Mode: The future of retail; Green fashion; E-commerce in China; Brexit update: trademarks and design; and more (UK) Issue...

by DLA Piper on

Management, a Belgian national and expert on retail management and customer experience for fashion, department stores and home improvement retailing. He tells us about the changes he has seen in the retail sector over the...more

FCC Adopts Broader Exemption from Enhanced Open Internet Transparency Disclosure Requirements for Small Providers

by Davis Wright Tremaine LLP on

Today, the FCC adopted an order relieving broadband providers with 250,000 or fewer connections from the enhanced transparency requirements introduced in the 2015 Open Internet Order. Compared to the prior Administration’s...more

NTIA Highlights Promise and Policy Challenges of IoT, Seeks Additional Comments

by Hogan Lovells on

On January 12, 2017, prior to the new administration taking power, the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) within the Department of Commerce (Department) released a Green Paper on “Fostering the...more

China Data Protection Update (January 2017)

by DLA Piper on

In the rapidly evolving environment of data protection compliance in the People's Republic of China, this month has seen some helpful clarification around two areas of uncertainty - namely: but unfortunately, in both regards...more

FTC Settles with Ad Tech Company Over Deceptive Online Tracking Practices

by BakerHostetler on

On December 20, 2016, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) announced that Turn Inc. agreed to settle charges that it misled consumers about its online tracking activities and failed to honor consumer opt-outs as described in...more

FCC Adopts New Privacy Rules

by Jackson Lewis P.C. on

Late last month, the Federal Communications Commission adopted new privacy rules for broadband Internet service providers (ISPs). We first discussed this topic in March when the proposal was introduced by the FCC Chairman...more

FCC Issues New Privacy Rules for Internet Service Providers: Safeguarding Consumers or Lulling Them Into A False Sense of Privacy?

Last Thursday, in a vote split along party lines, the Federal Communications Commission (“FCC”) approved a new regulatory regime staking its claim to privacy regulation of both fixed and mobile Internet service providers...more

Brace for Impact: The FCC’s Broadband Privacy Rules Are Almost Here

by Davis Wright Tremaine LLP on

On October 6, Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler published a fact sheet and blog post outlining his proposal to create privacy rules for internet service providers (ISPs), setting the final rules up for a...more

FCC Releases Proposal for New Privacy Rules Governing ISPs

In an October 6, 2016, blog post and accompanying fact sheet, FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler outlined his proposal for new privacy rules governing Internet Service Providers (ISPs) to be considered by the full Commission during its...more

SuperVision Today - June 2016

In this edition of SuperVision Today, Erin Jones Adams previews some major issues in avoiding liability in the emerging area of treatment of members of the LGBT community. Carrie Harris takes a look at the latest in the...more

The FCC’s Broadband Privacy Proposal – Hit from All Sides

by Reed Smith on

Initial Comments are due on May 27, 2016 regarding the Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) released last month by the FCC in its broadband privacy proceeding. The rules proposed in the NPRM have already been the subject of...more

New Cop on the Block – FCC’s Proposed Data Privacy and Security Rulemaking for Broadband Internet Access Providers

by BakerHostetler on

In 2015, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC or global Commission) issued its Open Internet Order, applying Section 222 of the federal Communications Act to broadband Internet access services (BIAS), and in doing so...more

FCC Proposes Indiscriminate PII Definition in Privacy NPRM

by Bryan Cave on

In addition to a bothersome “breach” definition, the Federal Communications Commission (“FCC”), in its April 1, 2016 Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (“NPRM”) concerning ISP privacy regulation, proposes a sweeping definition of...more

FCC Privacy Comments [Still] Due May 27

After taking more than a year to issue its notice of proposed rulemaking regarding broadband Internet privacy, today the FCC denied requests from multiple parties for extensions of time to file comments. In its denial,...more

Analysis of the FCC’s Proposed Broadband Privacy Regulations

by Latham & Watkins LLP on

As we highlighted in a post last month, the FCC has proposed sweeping new privacy rules on broadband providers. Since our last post, the FCC has released its proposal in the form of a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking. ...more

FCC Proposes Sweeping Broadband Privacy Rules

by Latham & Watkins LLP on

Broadband Internet access service providers would face a new, top-to-bottom consumer privacy regime. Twelve months after the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) imposed common-carrier telecommunications rules on...more

Alert: The FCC's Internet Privacy Proposal Raises Key Issues for Online Advertising

by Cooley LLP on

The Federal Communications Commission plans to protect consumer privacy on the Internet by regulating Internet service providers. But the proposals, if adopted, could disrupt the Internet advertising industry. In a 147-page...more

FCC Proposes Bothersome Breach Definition in Privacy NPRM

by Bryan Cave on

On April 1, 2016 the Federal Communications Commission (“FCC”) released its Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (“NPRM”) concerning privacy regulation of internet broadband service providers (“ISPs”). The NPRM proposes, among other...more

FTC signs MOU with Canada on Do Not Call and anti-spam enforcement activities

In a sign of increased cross-border cooperation for enforcement purposes, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications...more

FCC Proposes Broad Privacy Regulations for Broadband Providers

by Latham & Watkins LLP on

Last week, the FCC announced that Chairman Tom Wheeler had circulated a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) on implementing Section 222’s privacy obligations for broadband providers. Section 222’s requirements were...more

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