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Broadband Internet Service Providers no Longer Subject to FCC Privacy Rules Preventing them from Selling Private Consumer...

by Nossaman LLP on

Both the House (215-205) and Senate (50-48) have voted to revoke the Federal Communication Commission’s (FCC) broadband privacy rules which would have forced broadband Internet Service Providers (ISPs), such as Verizon,...more

Congress Invalidates New FCC Privacy and Data Security Rules

by Morgan Lewis on

Following actions by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to suspend the effective date of the FCC’s data security rules, the US Congress—pursuant to the Congressional Review Act—passed a resolution to block the...more

Financial Services Report - Spring 2017

by Morrison & Foerster LLP on

EDITOR’S NOTE - In like a lion, out like a lamb—it works for weather; does it work for new administrations? We’ll have to wait and see. We’ll have to wait and see about the length of CFPB Director Richard Cordray’s...more

Federal Court of Australia Approves a Common Fund Class Action Model for the First Time – No Opt-In Required

As discussed in this space before, Australia is quickly becoming a key venue for securities class action litigation. With the release of its decision in Money Max Int. Pty. Ltd. (Trustee) v. QBE Insurance Group Limited, the...more

Ajit Pai and the FCC’s Role in ISP Privacy Regulation under President Trump

On January 23, 2017, President Donald Trump named Ajit Pai as Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). In his previous role as the senior Republican on the FCC under President Barack Obama, Mr. Pai was an...more

CFPB Sues Bank Over Overdraft Sales Pitch

The CFPB’s concern with incentives and overdrafts continues and has resulted in a lawsuit filed against a Minnesota based TCF National Bank. In the lawsuit, the CFPB alleges that TCF National Bank violated the UDAAP...more

The FCC Creates Privacy, Data Protection, and Data Breach Rules for Internet Service Providers

by Ward and Smith, P.A. on

The Federal Communications Commission is venturing into new areas of privacy regulation. By a narrow vote, the FCC has approved new rules that govern how internet service providers ("ISPs") use consumers' information. ...more

The Clock Has Started: What ISPs Need to Do and When to Comply with the FCC’s Broadband Privacy Rules

On December 2, 2016, the Federal Communications Commission (“FCC”) published its Report and Order entitled “Protecting the Privacy of Customers of Broadband and Other Telecommunications Services” (the “Order”) as a final rule...more

Opt Ins are Out (of Luck) Appealing Decertification

by Seyfarth Shaw LLP on

With all the drama of a get-away chase, the Third Circuit recently brought to a screeching halt plaintiffs’ counsel’s elaborate maneuvers to end run repeated decertification of their FLSA actions, and held as a matter of...more

[Webinar] The FCC Privacy Rules: What You Need to Know - Nov. 29th and Dec. 6th, 1:00pm Eastern

by Davis Wright Tremaine LLP on

Following the approval of the FCC’s new privacy rules on October 27, ISPs need to address a number of issues, including opt-ins and opt-outs as well as information security programs. To help you prepare, the DWT team has...more

New FCC Privacy Rules for Broadband and Voice Providers

In an order issued November 2, 2016, the Federal Communications Commission for the first time imposed privacy requirements on providers of broadband internet access services (“BIAS”). The much-anticipated order was an...more

FCC Adopts Privacy Regulations for Broadband Internet Service Providers

by White & Case LLP on

On October 27, 2016 the FCC announced its adoption of an Order establishing a set of privacy regulations ("Broadband Privacy Rules") governing the use of consumer personal information by Broadband Internet Service Providers...more

FCC Approves Consumer Privacy Rules For Broadband ISPs

by King & Spalding on

On October 27, 2016, the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (“FCC”), in a 3-2 vote along party lines, adopted new privacy rules for broadband providers aimed at protecting the privacy of consumers. FCC Chairman Tom...more

FCC Issues New Privacy Regulations for Broadband Providers

by Latham & Watkins LLP on

Today, the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) approved far-reaching new information privacy rules that will govern how providers of broadband Internet access service collect, use, protect, and share data from their...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

Promising Updates to Royalty Programs - Energy Industry at a Crossroad

by Field Law on

HIGHLIGHTS: In early July the Alberta Department of Energy (Alberta Energy) announced two new royalty programs – the Emerging Resources Program and Enhanced Hydrocarbon Recovery Program– to stimulate oil & gas...more

Overdraft Service Program Costs Bank $10M in CFPB Fine

Overdraft services practices were the basis for a $10 million fine from the Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection (CFPB) in a recent action against a national bank operating primarily in the northeast....more

Opting-In: Treasury Regulations Provide Rules for Electing into the New Partnership Audit Regime Early

As reported in a prior Sutherland Legal Alert, the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2015 (the 2015 Budget Act) makes significant changes to the procedural rules governing federal income tax audits and judicial proceedings that apply...more

The Ninth Circuit Weighs In: NRS 116 is Facially Unconstitutional

The tide may finally be turning in Nevada. Since the Nevada Supreme Court dealt a devastating blow to the whole of the financial services industry in September 2014 by holding that an HOA could foreclose on its super-priority...more

ICO Responds to the ePrivacy Directive Consultation

by Reed Smith on

In April, we reported that the European Commission had opened a public consultation seeking the views of various stakeholders on the current wording of, and possible changes to, the Privacy and Electronic Communications...more

Commenters Dispute FCC’s Proposed ISP Privacy Opt-In Rules

by King & Spalding on

The Federal Communications Commission ( “FCC”) received more than 276,000 public comments on its proposed broadband Internet service provider privacy rules. Of these, two academic submissions received near the July 6 deadline...more

WilmerHale Privacy and Cybersecurity Law Blog - Comparison of Requirements Under the Privacy Shield/Safe Harbor Principles

by WilmerHale on

Notice Requirements - The Privacy Shield notice requirements are more specific and detailed than what was required by the Safe Harbor regime. Safe Harbor required a privacy policy to provide information on data...more

FTC Staff Tackle FCC Privacy Rules in Public Comment

by WilmerHale on

As the Federal Communications Commission sifts through over 50,000 comments received in response to its proposed broadband privacy rules, the Federal Trade Commission’s comments are likely to stand as a highlight. In a...more

UK relies on EU Treaty exception to avoid “anti-FISA” data transfers clause in European General Data Protection Regulation...

by Reed Smith on

In a written statement to Parliament, Baroness Neville-Rolfe confirmed the UK Government’s view that the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union (“TFEU”) means that Article 48 of the GDPR does not apply to the UK....more

OPT-IN vs. OPT-OUT

by Ervin Cohen & Jessup LLP on

As technology continues to make it easier for businesses across the globe to collect, maintain, and use personally identifiable information (“PII”), securing PII has become increasingly important. For most businesses, having...more

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