The Privacy Oracle consolidates significant U.S. legislative and regulatory developments at the state and federal level into a single publication. In this month’s issue, we offer the following:
- June saw two big developments in California privacy law: the release of final CCPA regulations and the announcement that voters will face a ballot initiative this fall that would make extensive changes to the law.
- Google is once again under scrutiny for its practices related to collection of data through cookies, this time in a lawsuit alleging it violated the Federal Wiretap Act.
- Anticipating the CCPA Regulations' requirement to honor a global do not sell signal, this Practitioner's Corner explains the differences between the Do Not Track web standard and the CCPA's "do not sell" right.
- In United States v. Moore – Bush, the 1st Circuit overturned a Massachusetts district court's decision, ruling that the use of a pole camera for surveillance does not require a warrant under the Fourth Amendment, sparking questions about reasonable expectations of privacy around one's home.
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Nancy Libin, Partner, Washington, D.C.
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Rachel Marmor, Counsel, New York, N.Y.
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Christopher Savage, Partner, Washington, D.C.
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