WilmerHale Privacy and Cybersecurity Law

WilmerHale’s Cybersecurity, Privacy and Communications Practice (CPC) represents sophisticated, high-profile clients on a wide range of challenges—from routine matters to cutting-edge issues where the law is unclear and the enforcement risks are high. Our internationally recognized team, composed of lawyers from different practice areas and offices, possesses a mix of counseling, regulatory, litigation, enforcement and transactional knowledge. This blog's authors are members of the CPC team.

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The FTC announced a settlement with MoviePass relating to allegations that MoviePass and its executives took steps to block subscribers from using the service as advertised, and also failing to secure subscribers’ personal data.
Continue Reading FTC’s Settlement with MoviePass Highlights Expanded Use of Consumer Protection Rules

On June 7, 2021, the Colorado House of Representatives passed the Colorado Privacy Act, a comprehensive privacy law similar to the California Privacy Rights Act and California Consumer Privacy Act, as well as Virginia’s Consumer Data Protection Act.
Continue Reading Colorado Poised to Become Third State With a Comprehensive Privacy Law, Joining California and Virginia

On June 4, 2021, the European Commission adopted and published a new set of so-called standard contractual clauses providing a legal basis for international transfers of personal data from the EU/EEA to third countries.
Continue Reading European Commission adopts and publishes new Standard Contractual Clauses for international transfers of personal data

In this year’s edition, key questions are answered by practitioners at many of the world’s leading law firms. Powell and Chipman both provided insights to the Global Overview and the United States chapter.
Continue Reading Benjamin Powell and Jason Chipman Contribute to Seventh Edition of Cybersecurity Publication