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The Federal Trade Commission recently announced the launch of the Technology Task Force, which has been designed to monitor, investigate, and take enforcement actions against anti-competitive conduct and industry practices in US technology markets.
As of April 10, 2019, businesses victimized by data breaches must comply with heightened requirements under the newly-amended Massachusetts data breach notification law, Mass. Gen. Laws Ch. 93H, §§ 1, et seq. 
The US Federal Trade Commission announced recently that it will hold a public workshop on August 7, 2019, to examine consumer protection issues related to video game “loot boxes.”
March 20, 2019 4:30 PM - 7:30 PM
“Level Up” with Arent Fox as we address the latest legal challenges at play in esports and innovative gaming and how businesses can remain competitive in an advancing industry.
March 5, 2019
Arent Fox Privacy, Cybersecurity & Data Protection Practice Group Leader Sarah Bruno will be speaking at the National Advertising Division (NAD)’s West Coast Conference on March 5th, 2019 in Marina Del Rey, California.
February 26, 2019
Privacy, Cybersecurity & Data Protection Practice Group Leader Sarah Bruno will co-chair the 2019 Cyber Forum on February 26, 2019 in Beverly Hills, California.
Headlines that matter for privacy and data security
February 14, 2019
Privacy, Cybersecurity & Data Protection Practice Group Leader Sarah Bruno served as a panelist at the 2019 Cybersecurity Roundtable on February 14, 2019.
January 31, 2019 7:20 PM - 8:20 PM
Eva Pulliam, a Senior Associate in the Privacy, Cybersecurity & Data Protection Practice Group of Arent Fox, will be a speaking at the Inman Connect New York 2019 conference on January 31st, 2019. She will be featured on the panel, “Big Data and Privacy: Can They Co-Exist?”
January 7, 2019 2:15 PM - 3:15 PM
Privacy, Cybersecurity & Data Protection Practice Group Leader Sarah Bruno will be speaking at the 2019 Consumer Technology Association (CTA) Research Summit on the panel, “Blockchain and Advertising: the Possibilities and Realities” on January 7 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Headlines that matter for privacy and data security.
The General Data Protection Regulation, commonly referred to as the "GDPR," has been in force for only two months now, but it appears to have already claimed a casualty.
The Supreme Court of the United States recently tackled privacy in the mobile age and agreed that cell phone location is something that is protected.
Within hours of its unanimous passing in both the California State Senate and Assembly, Governor Jerry Brown signed the strongest online privacy law in the country, the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018.
Where is my child? Ask any parent who has ever lost sight of their child and they will tell you that these short moments of panic can feel like a lifetime. Thankfully, events like these can in many ways soon be a thing of the past.
A New Jersey-based company, Aromaflage, and its owners have agreed to settle charges brought by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) regarding the company’s sale of sprays and candles that claim to be insect-repelling.
The Federal Trade Commission recently reached a settlement agreement over charges against an online marketing operation accused of deceptively luring consumers into expensive subscriptions by offering “free trials” of teeth-whiteners and related products.
New York’s highest court has rejected Lindsay Lohan’s invasion of privacy claims against the developer of the Grand Theft Auto video games.
Got blockchain? For many, the answer to this question is “no” but the technology and the medium of exchange built on it have arrived and many platforms and industries are looking to see how it can help facilitate transactions and allow for more efficiencies.
In a striking victory for media companies and the First Amendment, a California appeals court recently threw out two-time Academy Award winner Olivia de Havilland’s lawsuit against FX, which alleged that the docudrama Feud harmed her reputation and profited off her name without compensating her.
In a recent European Court of Justice Ruling, the court held that a test taker’s answers and an examiner’s comments with regard to those answers are personal data, while valuable proprietary test questions are not.
Belgium, Australia, the United Kingdom, and the State of Hawaii are looking into the lawfulness of “loot boxes” in mobile games. “Loot boxes” are virtual prize packages that may be purchased in mobile games where the player is unaware of what virtual items are inside the package until following the
Take out the microphone and get ready to record! Just don’t ask any personal questions and make sure that you’re prepared to then dump it all. This sums up the guidance provided by the Federal Trade Commission in a recently released Enforcement Policy.