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:
- After taking a backseat during COVID-19, data privacy and security legislative proposals re-emerge to the fore.
- Updates on Facebook’s BIPA Settlement – notice, claims, and an abandoned challenge by another firm seeking opt outs.
- Tackling the new "information blocking" regulations from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services requires substantial operational and cultural changes to how patients’ health information is shared and there are some common challenges for compliance that are emerging.
- Court dismisses privacy lawsuit against Google and the University of Chicago due to the plaintiff’s inability to show quantifiable harm or damages.
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October 05 - Preparing for 5G—The Next Wave of High Speed Networks
The U.S. has entered the era of the next generation of high-speed wireless networks known as 5G. 5G is a leap forward for wireless that drives innovation across the economy, including smart cities, autonomous vehicles, media, and many other sectors. Learn from industry leaders who will discuss the technology, legal, and FCC regulatory environment for the development of 5G (including the infrastructure and related cloud services) and how it will change our world.
October 13 - Navigating Nonprofit Governance Challenges
Meeting the Moment: Nonprofit Advocacy and Governance in Turbulent Times
Please join us for the second of a two-part webinar series on legal issues for nonprofit organizations in these unprecedented times.
November 17 - AI, Big Data, and Cloud Conference
Please join us for our annual exploration of cutting-edge legal, business, and technology issues in artificial intelligence, big data, and the cloud as these sectors become the most active and important for technology law and policy.
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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