On Thursday, May 11, 2023, the Federal Trade Commission hosted a panel to discuss questions relating to the cloud computing industry. As we’ve previously covered, the FTC is currently seeking public comment as part of a Request for Information regarding cloud computing business practices. In part, the goal of the panel was to identify issues the FTC should explore in its RFI.Continue Reading FTC Hosts Panel Regarding Cloud Computing Business Practices
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The Supreme Court unanimously ruled in two related cases, Axon Enterprise Inc. v. FTC (No. 21-86) and SEC v. Cochran (No. 21-1239), that federal district courts have jurisdiction to hear structural constitutional challenges to the adjudicative authority of the Federal Trade Commission and the Securities and Exchange Commission.
As a consequence, in such challenges, respondents…
Data security will be an enforcement priority for the FTC in 2023. The FTC, in its December 14, 2022, Commission meeting, highlighted four data security measures that it believes are particularly important for strong cybersecurity.
This Update discusses what these safeguards are and why the FTC believes they are so critical.
This is the second in a series of updates addressing the bilateral data access agreement (Data Access Agreement or agreement) between the United States and the United Kingdom under the Clarifying Lawful Overseas Use of Data Act (CLOUD Act). The agreement, which entered into force on October 3, 2022, is designed to facilitate cross-border criminal…