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FTC "resurrects" Penalty Offense Authority for unlawful endorsements and testimonials

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has notified businesses that it is “resurrecting” its Penalty Offense Authority, an enforcement tool that had not been used by the agency...

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How to Build Insider Risk Programs to Satisfy Global Employee Privacy Laws Cybersecurity Law Report

As companies push to maximally protect themselves from insider cyber risks, they are slamming into legal constraints around the globe. Cybersecurity mandates and a torrent of blistering...

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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...

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New resource: International compliance guide for use of systems monitoring technology

Harriet Pearson and James Denvil, lawyers in Hogan Lovells’ global Privacy and Cybersecurity practice, have co-authored a white paper that provides updated international guidance for...

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Remote Online Notarization Across State Lines

Authored by James Denvil and Stevie DeGroff in collaboration with DocuSign. Digital technologies are paving the way for more convenient and efficient transactions. Paper documents...

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What's new for interactive electronic signing in 2021?

In response to the ongoing pandemic, many federal agencies and state legislatures have revised their rules to allow for broader utilization of online solutions to remotely conduct business.

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Virginia poised to enact comprehensive consumer privacy law

Virginia is on track to be the second U.S. state to enact comprehensive consumer privacy legislation. Both the Virginia House of Delegates and the Virginia Senate have passed nearly...

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CPRA countdown: Changes to the definition of “personal information”

Get ready for the changing scope of “personal information.” The California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA) amends the definition of “personal information” set forth in the ...

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Key perspectives for a virtual holiday shopping season

The holiday shopping season is upon us once again, though this year it certainly looks different. More consumers than ever are turning to e-commerce due to the global pandemic, so what do...

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