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Daily Dashboard | Court rules HIPAA fines unjustified; Google hit with privacy class action Related reading: Lessons learned from 'Schrems II' DPA investigations and enforcement

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  • According to analysis from legal professionals at Arnold & Porter, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit reversed a $4.3 million Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act fine that was deemed unjustified. The court found the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center was, in fact, in compliance with the HIPAA Security Rule.
  • NBC Bay Area reports plaintiffs are filing a class-action lawsuit against Google alleging the company is not transparent about its use and sale of user data. Law firm Cotchett, Pitre and McCarthy brought forward user claims, noting it had been following the technology company's alleged user-tracking practices and real-time bidding exchange.
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