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Legislators Announce Compromise U.S. Federal Privacy Bill with Support in both the House and Senate

Momentum is growing for a federal privacy law in the United States. A bipartisan group of House and Senate leaders have released a discussion draft of a baseline consumer data...


Five key observations from the California Privacy Protection Agency's draft privacy regulations

The California Privacy Protection Agency has released draft privacy regulations as part of its efforts to implement the California Privacy Rights Act. We describe five key observations in...


EEOC and DOJ warn that use of AI tools in employment decisions can violate ADA

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and the Department of Justice (DOJ) have each issued substantively similar technical assistance documents explaining how employers’...


To fight bias, first-of-its-kind New York law regulates tech-enabled employment decisions

At first glance, a first-in-the-country law recently enacted by New York City may seem fairly straightforward. But its brevity belies its potential impact on employers that recruit or...


Hogan Lovells’ SCC tool for international data transfers

The European Commission published a set of modernized Standard Contractual Transfers (“new SCC”) that can be relied upon in order to carry out international transfers of...


Nevada expands sale opt-out right effective October 1

On June 2, Nevada’s Governor approved amendments to NRS 603A.300-360, the state’s internet privacy legislation. The amended law would expand the definition of...


AI & Algorithms (Part 4): The FTC’s Guidance on AI

Although the U.S. has no federal law that specifically regulates artificial intelligence (AI), the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has indicated that it may be preparing to exercise its...


Key takeaways from NIST’s cyber executive order workshop

On June 2 and 3, the U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) held a workshop focused on the President’s recent Executive Order on Improving the Nation’s...


CPRA countdown: Changes to consumer rights in California

As we have previously highlighted, the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA) has created several new consumer rights that will require businesses to change existing California Consumer...

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