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Nevada Gov. Sisolak Signs Senate Bill (SB) 260 Expanding the State’s Internet Privacy Law

On June 2, 2021, Nevada Gov. Stephen F. Sisolak signed SB 260 approving amendments to the Nevada Privacy of Information Collected on the Internet from Consumers Act. Some key changes to the amended law include expanding the definition of “sale,” extending the current obligations of operators to “data brokers,” limiting the cure period and adding … Continue Reading

Happy First Birthday to the NIST Privacy Framework!

BakerHostetler partner Jeewon Serrato has contributed a NIST Privacy Framework’s CCPA Crosswalk and is featured in an animated video by the NIST which shows how the NIST Privacy Framework can be used by organizations to build trust with their customers, communicate better about privacy, and help meet their compliance obligations. Jeewon is also featured in NIST’s … Continue Reading

Privacy and Product Counseling: 2020 in Review

Summary Advising our clients on compliance with laws and regulations is, hands down, the most important aspect of our role as attorneys. In addition to seeking counsel on their obligations under laws and regulations, however – motivated by industry trends, utilization of and dependence on third-party services and platforms, and, this year, the COVID-19 pandemic … Continue Reading

Apple to Require New Privacy Disclosures for Apps as of December 8, 2020

During its annual Worldwide Developers Conference this summer, Apple announced a handful of new consumer-oriented privacy features coming to its software and devices. One feature will require app publishers to disclose information regarding their apps’ data collection and use practices in what some are referring to as a privacy “nutrition label.” Another significant privacy feature … Continue Reading

Ann O’Brien, Jeewon Serrato, Alyse Stach Author Article Examining Privacy and Antitrust Issues

Partners Ann O’Brien and Jeewon Serrato and Associate Alyse Stach authored an article published by the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) on June 23, 2020. The article, “The Thin Line Between Privacy and Antitrust,” discusses how the lines between antitrust and privacy objectives and enforcement are becoming increasingly blurred. The authors describe real-world scenarios … Continue Reading
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