In case you missed it, below are recent posts from Consumer Privacy World covering the latest developments on data privacy, security and innovation. Please reach out to the authors if you are interested in additional information.

Consumer Loan Data Seller Receives $1.5 Million FTC Penalty, With Accompanying Executive Liability | Consumer Privacy World

Authors of Federal Privacy Bill and California's Privacy Ballot Initiative Discuss the Future of U.S. Consumer Privacy Law | Consumer Privacy World

ABA's Second Biannual TIPS Cybersecurity and Data Privacy Conference: Registration Open | Consumer Privacy World

Breaking: Supreme Court Orders Fourth Circuit to Reconsider Standing Ruling in Light of TransUnion Decision. | Consumer Privacy World

Team CPW on the Speaking Circuit in January | Consumer Privacy World

Webinar Now Available: Defending Work-Product Status and Attorney-Client Privilege of Forensic Reports | Consumer Privacy World

Takeaways from IIC Telecom and Media Forum—Session on Privacy, Cybersecurity, Privacy and Trust (International Panel Discussion) | Consumer Privacy World

Squire Patton Boggs Named a World Leader in Data Protection by Global Data Review | Consumer Privacy World

2021 Year in Review: Biometric and AI Litigation | Consumer Privacy World

FTC Warns Companies to Remediate Log4j Cyber Vulnerability | Consumer Privacy World

A Case Study in Appropriately Responding to the Log4J Cybersecurity Vulnerability | Consumer Privacy World

Webinar: Defending Work-Product Status and Attorney-Client Privilege of Forensic Reports January 11 at 2 pm EST | Consumer Privacy World

Consumer Protection Cases and Policy To Watch In 2022: CPW's Eric Troutman and Kyle Dull Talk to Law360 | Consumer Privacy World

Federal Magistrate Judge Rejects Asserted Lack of Article III Standing as Basis to Strike Class Allegations in Privacy Litigation | Consumer Privacy World

Digital Communications Market Access Tool Launched on a Free Trial Basis | Consumer Privacy World

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