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Importance of State AGs in Privacy in the United States – Interview of CT AG George Jepsen by Professor Danielle Citron at IAPP Privacy Bar Section Forum

Notwithstanding potential changes to privacy regulation at the federal level, state attorneys general (AGs) will continue to be robust and influential privacy policymakers and enforcers in the United States – that was the key takeaway of an interview by University of Maryland Law Professor Danielle Citron of Connecticut Attorney General George Jepsen at the IAPP … Continue Reading

State AGs Upping the Ante on Health (and Other) Information Data Incidents – Expect Increased Enforcement Actions

State attorneys general (AGs) continue to emerge as major regulators of privacy, and increasingly, with respect to compromises of health-related data. Businesses concerned with U.S. customer or employee data have long known of the importance of the roles of the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, among other … Continue Reading

State AGs’ Interest in Privacy and Cybersecurity – No End in Sight – REDUX (or, if you prefer, we told you so…)

Reed Smith has been closely following the interest and activities of State AGs in the areas of privacy and cybersecurity, and recently blogged on a major NAAG (National Association of Attorneys General) conference in April on these topics. That conference, which was sponsored by the Mississippi AG, was meant to educate AGs – most of … Continue Reading

Washington Amends its State Data Breach Notification Law

On April 13, the Washington State Senate unanimously passed an amendment to the state’s data breach notification law. The amendment, which was requested by Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson, and which we discussed in this previous post, passed the state house of representatives in March and is now awaiting the governor’s signature. The law will … Continue Reading

FCC’S Notice of Opportunity To Comment on Robocalls and Call-Blocking Issues Raised by 39 Attorneys General

On November 24, the FCC released a wide-ranging public notice seeking comment on a September 9, 2014, letter from the National Association of Attorneys General (NAAG), purportedly written “on behalf of the millions of Americans regularly receiving unwanted and harassing telemarketing calls.” The letter, signed by a bipartisan group of 39 AGs led by Chris … Continue Reading
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