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Europe’s Bridge Too Far

The European Court of Justice (ECJ) issued a decision that permits individual countries to order Facebook to take down posts, photographs and videos and restrict global access to that material. Eva Glawischnig-Piesczek, a former leader of Austria’s Green Party, requested Facebook delete comments posted about her on an […]

Can We Really Forget?

I expected this post would turn out differently. I had intended to commend the European Court of Justice for placing sensible limits on the extraterritorial enforcement of the EU’s Right to be Forgotten. They did, albeit in a limited way,[1] and it was a good decision. There.  I […]

Nevada: Hey, Don’t Forget About Me!

All eyes are on the California Consumer Privacy Act (“CCPA”) as the January 1, 2020 doomsday for this first-of-its-kind comprehensive privacy law (on this side of the pond) quickly approaches. However, amid the chaos and freaky Friday the 13th wrap-up of the California legislative session that leaves us […]

Golden State Variations

Business Impact of the CCPA Amendments Since the California Consumer Privacy Act (“CCPA”) passed in June 2018, legislators have proposed and stakeholders have lobbied on more than a dozen amendments addressing various components of the CCPA. September 13 was the close of this legislative term and thus the […]