Minnesota becomes the latest state to move to pass legislation regulating the processing and controlling of personal data (HF 4757 / SF 4782). If signed into law by Governor Tim Walz, the Minnesota Consumer Data Privacy Act, or MCDPA, would go into effect on July 31, 2025 and provide various consumer data privacy

Colorado has become the first state to pass legislation (SB24-205) regulating the use of artificial intelligence (AI) within the United States. This legislation is designed to address the influence and implications, ethically, legally, and socially, of AI technology across various sectors.

Any person doing business in Colorado, including developers or deployers of high-risk

In a regulatory filing, Reddit announced that the FTC is probing Reddit’s proposal to sell, license and share user-generated content with third parties to train artificial intelligence (AI) models.  This move underscores the growing scrutiny over how online platforms harness the vast amounts of data they collect, particularly in the context of AI development. 

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

On March 7, 2024, the California Privacy Protection Agency (CPPA) released new materials for review and discussion at the agency’s board meeting today, March 8, 2024. Among the materials released were draft risk assessment and automated decision making regulations, updates to existing regulations, and enforcement updates and priorities.

We will be exploring the details of

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 21st, the California Attorney General (AG) Rob Bonta announced a settlement with DoorDash for violations of the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and the California Online Privacy Protection Act (CalOPPA) relating to its participation in a marketing co-operative.  This action represents only the second public enforcement action since the CCPA went into effect

On February 9, 2024, California’s Third District Court of Appeals reinstated the California Privacy Protection Agency’s (“CPPA”) ability to enforce the California Privacy Rights Act of 2020 (“CPRA”) regulations. The CPRA regulations aim to enhance consumer privacy rights and protections in an ever-increasing digital age.

The court of appeal’s decision comes after the California