A Lawyer In “The City That Never Sleeps”

That Knows The Dynamic Privacy Law Landscape

New York is at the heart of the world and, as host to New York City, “The City That Never Sleeps,” shares something uniquely in common with privacy law. After all, privacy law is, in its way, an area of the law “that never sleeps” as it is quite likely the most dynamic and rapidly evolving area of the law. Regardless of whether in the context of New York specific privacy laws such as the SHIELD Act, other state comprehensive privacy laws such as California’s CCPA as amended by the CPRA, federal privacy laws such as the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and the Gramm Leach Bliley Act (GLBA), or international privacy laws such as the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), business, especially those in New York, are global, and generally need to approach privacy law compliance from an equally comprehensive perspective. 

At RICHT, we are New York privacy lawyers who help clients take the necessary global approach to compliance. Whether it is ensuring a comprehensively compliant privacy policy, analyzing and advising on the ramifications of new technologies such as artificial intelligence and corresponding privacy law considerations, cybersecurity and data protection, or our full-service CPO On Call® offering, we bring clients much-needed clarity to an otherwise confusing and fractured privacy law landscape. 

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Travel & Hospitality

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    Online Retailer Faces Class-Action Lawsuit For Its Data Privacy Practices

    Temu, an online discount retailer, faces a class-action lawsuit alleging it mishandled customers’ personal information, CBS News Chicago reports. The lawsuit claims Temu deploys a “complete arsenal of tools to exfiltrate all the private data on a user’s device.”

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    Support For New York Data Privacy Bill Leaves Tech Giants Playing Catch-Up

    A bill that would require companies to disclose more information to consumers about how they collect, use and share their data picked up momentum at the end of the New York State legislative session last week, passing in the State Senate and being referred to committee in the Assembly. “Privacy is a fundamental right and an essential element of freedom,” the bill, known as the New York Privacy Act, begins.

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