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United States Privacy Digest | CCPA claims against Blackbaud move forward; Thomson Reuters faces privacy claims Related reading: FTC Chair Lina Khan opens up on tech enforcement

  • Reuters reports the U.S. District Court for the District of South Carolina ruled cloud provider Blackbaud will face a majority of claims in a multidistrict suit, including alleged violations of the California Consumer Privacy Act, over a 2020 ransomware attack.
  • Courthouse News Service reports a privacy lawsuit against media platform Thomson Reuters will move forward in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California. Judge Edward Chen ruled in favor of alleged California Consumer Privacy Act violations where personal information from the outlet's CLEAR database was not being used by its journalists, but instead to sell subscriptions.

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