Joel Trachtman thinks it’s a near certainty that the WTO agreements will complicate US efforts to head off an IoT cybersecurity meltdown, and there’s a real possibility that a US cybersecurity regime could be held to violate our international trade obligations. Claire Schachter and I dig into the details of the looming disaster and… Continue Reading
In the aftermath of the passage of the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) in 2018, numerous other states have begun to consider similar legislation. While most of those states are in the early stages of the legislative process, Nevada and Maine recently enacted laws strictly regulating what online companies can do with their customers’ personal… Continue Reading
We recently published a client alert on the California Consumer Privacy Act. From the alert: When California lawmakers hastily enacted the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) in June 2018, few expected the law — voted on after only a few days’ deliberation — to remain unamended. And, indeed, the law was first amended just a few… Continue Reading
Have the Chinese hired American lawyers to vet their cyberespionage tactics – or just someone who cares about opsec? Probably the latter, and if you’re wondering why China would suddenly care about opsec, look no further than Supermicro’s announcement that it will be leaving China after a Bloomberg story claiming that the company’s supply… Continue Reading
Recently, Meegan Brooks, an associate in our San Francisco office, published an article on the California Consumer Privacy Act. Below is an excerpt. You can read the full article here.