The cyber threat landscape is continually evolving.
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) doubled down on actions based on Consumer Review Fairness Act (CRFA) violations and issued administrative complaints alleging that two vacation rental companies and their owners used illegal nondisparagement clauses in their contracts.
States continue to push forward with privacy laws, with new statutes in Nevada and Maine and a proposal currently pending in New York, which would impose requirements similar to those found in the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA).
After a grueling six-game battle against the Golden State Warriors in the NBA finals, Kawhi Leonard is facing another opponent, this time in the courtroom: Nike.
Sen. Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn.) is calling on the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to take a closer look at influencers, in a new letter in which he expresses “deep concern” about potentially misleading and predatory advertising practices.
On June 17, the New York State Senate passed S5575B, the Stop Hacks and Improve Electronic Data Security (SHIELD) Act to amend the state’s breach notification law, N.Y. Gen. Bus. Law § 899-aa.
On June 14, Texas Governor Greg Abbott signed into law HB 4390 to amend the state’s data breach notification law, and with that Texas joins a growing list of states passing privacy legislation in 2019.
As the 2020 elections near, federal and state policymakers are sharpening their plans for healthcare reform—an issue that proved important to voters in the 2018 midterm elections and is on track to be a core issue in the 2020 race.
Director Kathy Kraninger is in the news, taking a hard line on civil investigative demands (CIDs), backing two new settlements and issuing a further delay of the payday loan rule.
Are assessments from the credit card networks damages that a merchant should be liable for under its merchant agreement?