In this month’s webcast, “Financial Services 2024 Privacy and Cybersecurity Preview,” Greg Szewczyk and Sarah Dannecker give an overview of how the privacy and cybersecurity landscape is evolving in the financial sector.  From more specific data security reporting requirements to potential data subject rights to the use of artificial intelligence, the members of Ballard

The emergence of tools like ChatGPT has demonstrated the tremendous business potential for artificial intelligence.  At the same time, businesses need to be aware of the growing patchwork of laws and regulations in the U.S. and EU governing the development and use of AI.  In this webinar, Ballard Spahr privacy & data security lawyers

2022 proved to be an historic year for privacy and data security, and 2023 is likely to follow suit.  With privacy compliance deadlines looming under three state laws, a surge in data privacy litigation, new federal cyber-regulations, new state laws governing children’s data and new EU legislation regulating digital services – privacy lawyers will

With its draft rules, Colorado has set forth a new model for state privacy laws.  While there are many areas that are interoperable with the California model, the Colorado draft rules include important differences, as well as rules on topics that have been notably absent from California’s draft rules.  Ballard partners Phil Yannella and Greg

In the past several months, plaintiff’s lawyers have filed dozens of class action lawsuits under state wiretap laws, some of which provide for statutory damages of $5000 per occurrence or more.  The lawsuits focus on the use of chatbots, “session replay” software, and tracking code embedded in websites. Plaintiffs contend these tools enable the

In the latest episode in our monthly webcast series, Privacy and Data Security practice co-leaders Phil Yannella and Greg Szewczyk give a comprehensive rundown of the American Data Privacy and Protection Act (ADPPA), including: The status of the bill, key components, the private right of action, and the bill’s differences from state laws. Phil

The FTC recently reported that over $650 mm worth of cryptocurrency was stolen by hackers last year.  Thus far, over $320 mm in cryptocurrency has been stolen by hackers this year.  Not surprisingly, this surge in crypto breaches has led to litigation.  In our monthly webcast series, Ballard partners Phil Yannella, Greg Szewczyk and