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Court Rules on D-Link Motion to Dismiss in FTC Matter

By Michael Rubin, Scott Jones, Cooper Rekrut On September 19, 2017, Judge Donato of the Northern District of California ruled on Defendant D-Link System Inc.’s (D-Link) Motion to Dismiss, which challenged claims by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) that D-Link’s conduct constituted unfair and deceptive trade practices in violation of Section 5 of the FTC Act. … Continue Reading

Obama Administration Unveils Blueprint for Consumer Data Privacy

By Jennifer Archie and Rebekah Lewis The Obama Administration has unveiled a 50-page blueprint for consumer data privacy, including a recommendation for a federally legislated and FTC-enforced Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights. While it would not alter existing laws, the legislation would extend privacy protections to unregulated sectors and preempt conflicting state law. The Administration’s … Continue Reading
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