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AI and Cybersecurity Issues Look Set to Dominate the Privacy Landscape in 2022 | Cozen O’Connor

Meghan Stoppel, who spent over a decade serving as an Assistant Attorney General, and later a Consumer Protection Chief, to both Democratic and Republican state attorneys generals, talks to Andy Baer, Chair of Cozen O’Connor’s Technology, Privacy and Data Security practice, about how state AGs are weighing in on both policy and enforcement with respect… Read More »

Schatz Legislation To Help Fight Cybercrime Set To Be Law

The U.S. House of Representatives passed the Better Cybercrime Metrics Act today, March 29, legislation authored by U.S. Sen. Brian Schatz that will help fight cybercrime and help keep people safe from online scams. The bipartisan bill, which will improve data collection on cybercrimes and give law enforcement and policy makers more tools to combat… Read More »

Australia set to gain ability to sanction cyber attackers under ‘Magnitsky-style’ law

A Bill allowing Australia to directly issue sanctions against cyber attackers is set to become law after being passed by the Senate and the House of Representatives. The Bill, colloquially known as a “Magnitsky-style” of law, if enshrined, would allow the Australian government to directly issue sanctions against individuals or entities that ban them from… Read More »

One Proposal To Modernize Labor Laws Would Benefit Women; Another Could Set Them Back Decades

Currently, two very different competing proposals in Congress could have huge impacts on working women. The Protecting the Right to Organize Act, also known as the PRO Act, attempts to re-create the workplace of yesteryear, denying many women flexibility and restricting entrepreneurship opportunities. The Employee Rights Act of 2022, also known as the ERA, modernizes… Read More »