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Judges hear arguments in LabMD v. FTC appeal

Last week, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit heard arguments in the continuing saga of the LabMD, Inc. v. FTC case. LabMD argues the court should vacate the FTC's 2016 order that it implement a data security program for the next 20 years, among other requirements, on the basis that ...
How to get that tech budget you need
With the EU General Data Protection Regulation fast approaching, alongside the continued spread of breach notification regimes around the globe, the cost of noncompliance is now more or less prohibitive. As a result, privacy accountability is increasingly gaining the attention of boards of directors...
Roundup: Italy, Canada, Namibia, US and more
Italy’s data protection authority has ruled that employers cannot monitor employees’ internet access and emails; the Article 29 Working Party released information on records transferred to non-adequate third countries’ financial authorities; and the higher administrative court of North Rhine-Westpha...
Second Circuit: No revoking contracted TCPA consent
The U.S. Second Circuit Court of Appeals offered a notable opinion in a Telephone Consumer Protection Act case involving revocation of consent, insideARM reports. In the case of Reyes Jr. v. Lincoln Automotive Financial Services, the plaintiff agreed to receive telephone calls from Ford Motor Credit...
Australia wants access to encrypted messages
When the Five Eyes nations have their upcoming meeting in Ottawa, two top Australian government officials said they will push for “thwarting the encryption of terrorist messaging,” Ars Technica reports. Australia Attorney General George Brandis and Member of the Australian House of Representatives P...