Technology Law Dispatch

The First Circuit Court of appeals has affirmed that specific personal jurisdiction must be based on defendants’ intentional conduct. In affirming the dismissal of a consumer class action that alleged “wiretapping” claims based on ordinary website activity, the federal appeals court’s decision reflects growing judicial skepticism toward the proliferation of class action claims applying old

Utah’s recent passage of updates to its consumer protection law and the Artificial Intelligence Policy Act (Utah AI Policy Act), which comes into effect on May 1, 2024, could mark an important moment in AI regulation. Notably, the updates to state consumer protection law emphasize holding companies that use generative AI (GenAI)—rather than developers—accountable if

Although it’s been 2 years since the Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health decision from the Supreme Court, various state legislatures and courts have tried to define the new post-Roe landscape. This effort includes new and revised laws to amend existing privacy laws to protect consumer health data. You can find out more on our blog post from Health

The German Federal Ministry for Digital and Transport (Bundesministerium für Digitales und Verkehr – BMDV) has drawn up a new draft bill which shall introduce:

  • (i) a statutory obligation for providers of number-independent interpersonal communication services (e.g. instant messaging services) to allow their users to use end-to-end encryption (“E2EE”), and (ii) a statutory transparency obligation

On Monday, January 29th, we celebrated Global Data Protection Day by delivering an exciting webinar highlighting the latest data protection laws and bills that might influence your business.

Please see below our webinar recording featuring our data protection specialists, and learn tips and tricks for successfully navigating the evolving landscape of data protection.

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On 26 November 2023, the US Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), together with the UK’s National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC), published joint ‘Guidelines for Secure AI System Development’ (the Guidelines).

The Guidelines were formulated by CISA and the NCSC, in cooperation with 21 other international agencies and ministries, as well as industry experts.