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The EU data law is scheduled to take effect May 25.
A new petition for certiorari will give the Supreme Court the opportunity to resolve a circuit-split on an important issue of standing in data breach cases.
There is no cohesive security standard that judges use for reference in data-breach cases.
The Equifax breach raises questions about the duty of care with respect to special relationships and statutes as the basis for a claim.
Surviving standing in a data-breach lawsuit.
An overview of the draft data transfer guidance issued last week by China's Cyberspace Administration.
An overview of recent developments affecting U.S.-China cross-border digital trade.
The unregulated collection, retention and dissemination of personal data—for example, personal data strategically used in campaigns to “micro-target” undecided voters—can also make the underlying election vulnerable to foreign influence.