As a proponent of baseline federal privacy legislation, I am encouraged that proposals that would have been poison pills not long ago, such as individual rights to see, correct and delete data as well as new authority for the Federal Trade Commission, are drawing wide support now. But some crucial and difficult issues remain wide open.
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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.
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Surviving standing in a data-breach lawsuit.