Tag Archives: Data Privacy

And CT Makes Five: The Connecticut Legislature Passes A Consumer Data Privacy Bill

After failed attempts in years past, on April 28, 2022, Connecticut became the fifth state to pass a consumer data privacy bill.  It is headed to the Governor’s desk for signature, and he is expected to sign.  Entitled “An Act Concerning Personal Data Privacy and Online Monitoring,” it enjoyed bipartisan support passing unanimously in the […]

COVID-19 TECHNOLOGY AND PRIVACY Part I – Contact Tracing: The Apple | Google API

This is part one of a two-part series focused on COVID-19 contact tracing technology and its implications for US privacy law. The next installment of this series will examine legislative solutions to protect data subjects from misuse of information collected through contact tracing apps and related technologies.

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