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Daily Dashboard | What Does the LabMD Victory Mean for the FTC? Related reading: Global 500 companies to spend $7.8B on GDPR compliance

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Federal Trade Commission Administrative Law Judge D. Michael Chappell’s landmark ruling in favor of LabMD may make the Federal Trade Commission’s (FTC) ability to win data loss cases increasingly thorny, Data Breach Legal reports. “The standard for demonstrating likelihood of substantial injury has now been addressed in this ruling,” the report states. “In other words, the agency bit off more than it could chew … at a minimum, it means the FTC will have to be more thorough or get more creative in demonstrating the threat of a breach in future cases.” That might not be a bad thing, Evan Schuman argues in an op-ed for Computerworld, calling the ruling a “small dose of sanity.” Editor’s Note: The Privacy Advisor discussed the substance of the ruling in a recent article.
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