On March 7, 2024, a bipartisan coalition of 43 state attorneys general sent to the Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) a letter urging the FTC to update the regulations (“COPPA Rules”) implementing the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (“COPPA”).

Through regulations known as the “COPPA Rule,” state attorneys general are authorized to bring actions as parens

The FTC published guidance warning companies that “[i]t may be unfair or deceptive for a company to adopt more permissive data practices—for example, to start sharing consumers’ data with third parties or using that data for AI training—and only inform consumers of this change through a surreptitious, retroactive amendment to its terms of service or

On February 1, 2024, the Connecticut Office of the Attorney General (“OAG”) submitted to the Connecticut General Assembly its report on the first six months of the Connecticut Data Privacy Act (“CTDPA”).  While the report includes important information about its enforcement efforts to date, the most noteworthy aspect may be its recommendation to the legislature

On November 14, 2023, the Colorado Division of Insurance’s AI insurance regulations went into effect.  Colorado is now the first state in the nation to adopt regulations specifically aimed at insurance algorithms.

Colorado’s regulation requires life insurance companies to report how they review AI models and use External Consumer Data and Information Sources (ECDIS), which