Category: Data Protection

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A New Consumer Data Protection Bill in Oregon: A Summary of SB 619

Earlier this month, the Oregon state legislature introduced Senate Bill (SB) 619, “relating to protections for the personal data of consumers.”  The bill has since been referred to the Senate Committee on Judiciary and the Joint Committee on Ways and Means.  Of course, Oregon would not be the first state to enact general, or omnibus, … Continue Reading

Class Action Suits Targeting Biometric Information Continue to Seek Large Payouts

To say that class action litigation regarding the use or collection of “biometric information” – such as fingerprints, face records, or voice records – is expensive would be a gross understatement.  The damages sought, and sometimes recovered, in litigation under the Illinois Biometric Information Privacy Act and similar laws that impose statutory penalties can be … Continue Reading

Executives Personally Sued for Data Privacy Incidents

If you manage a company that collects and otherwise processes personal data (which is just about every company, these days), you may need to protect your own pocketbook.  As governments across the globe continue to enact and enforce data privacy, data protection, and cybersecurity laws, data becomes more readily available, and the volume of incidents … Continue Reading
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