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The CFPB Takes First Enforcement Action Related to Data Security Practices

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB ) has taken its first UDAAP action against a consumer financial service provider related to data security practices. Since its launch in December 2009, Dwolla, Inc. ("Dwolla"),...more

Recent CFPB Enforcement Actions Focus on Data Security and Discriminatory Lending

In the past two months, consent orders were reached in two high profile enforcement actions. In February 2016, a consent order came out between the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), Department of Justice (DOJ) and...more

A New Cyber Regulator on the Beat: The CFPB Issues its First Cybersecurity Order and Fine

On March 2, 2016, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (“CFPB”) instituted its first data security enforcement action, in the form of a consent order against online payment platform Dwolla, Inc....more

CFPB Jumps Into Cyber Enforcement Pool

In a much anticipated move, on March 2, 2016, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) entered the cybersecurity foray with its first enforcement action against Dwolla, Inc., an online payment processing start-up. ...more

The CFPB Joins Privacy and Security Enforcement Arena With Action Against Dwolla

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) announced on March 2, 2016, that it had entered into a consent order with online payment platform Dwolla to resolve the CFPB’s claims regarding statements made by Dwolla about...more

CFPB brings its first data security enforcement action

Last August, we blogged about a Third Circuit decision that held the FTC can regulate cybersecurity policies and procedures as “unfair” acts or practices under Section 5 of the FTC Act. In our blog post, we commented that...more

CFPB Announces First Ever Data Security Enforcement Action

On March 2, 2016, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) announced its first data security related enforcement action against online payment systems company Dwolla, Inc. ...more

New Guidance for Merchants on Ensuring that Service Providers Share Security Responsibility

For merchants, long gone are the days of using a card reader with a dial-up connection to their payment processor. Today’s omni-channel retailers rely on multiple third party service providers to complete payment card...more

France’s Data Protection Authority unveils its inspection targets for 2014

The French Data Protection Authority (the CNIL) has announced its 2014 inspection targets, with the goal of reaching 550 inspections for the year. Last year, the CNIL carried out 414 inspections. Capitalizing on a...more

Online, But Off Song-Beverly: California Supreme Court in a Narrow Ruling Finds That Song-Beverly Does Not Apply to Retailers...

In at least one specific type of transaction, California retailers can now breathe a little easier. In Apple Inc. v. Superior Court (Krescent), No. S199384 (Cal. Feb. 4, 2013), the California Supreme Court found that Section...more

California Supreme Court To Rule On Legality Of Collecting Customer Information During Online Credit Card Purchases

Companies that accept online credit card payments should be keeping an ear very close to the ground for the California Supreme Court’s decision in Apple v. Superior Court (Krescent), expected within the next few weeks. ...more

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