Data Law Insights

Data Law Insights

Legal insights on navigating privacy, data protection, cybersecurity, information governance, and e-discovery

Tag Archives: Data Collection

Vizio Agrees to $2.2M Settlement Regarding Data Collection Practices

Posted in Government Agencies, Information Management, Internet of Things, Privacy, Uncategorized
Last week, the Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) announced an agreement settling claims against a television manufacturer arising from the alleged unauthorized collection of television viewing data.  The FTC, along with the State of New Jersey, alleged that certain “smart TVs” manufactured and sold by VIZIO, Inc. and its subsidiary VIZIO Inscape Services (collectively, “VIZIO”) failed… Continue Reading

Privacy & Cybersecurity Weekly News Update- Week of July 9

Posted in Admissibility, Cybersecurity / Data Security, Government Agencies, Information Management, Privacy, Rules, Social Media, Transnational Discovery
“Pokémon Go” Developer feels the heat over data collection; 2nd Circuit Ruling limits government’s access to data stored overseas; 9th Circuit CFAA Ruling increases Facebook’s control over its Users’ Data; Dutch Study reveals tension between EU Trade Deals and Data Protection “Pokémon Go” Developer in Hot Water over Extensive Data Collection Practices In early July,… Continue Reading