Midyear Report: Top Privacy Developments Of 2018, Part 1
By Ben Kochman and Allison Grande (July 23, 2018, 6:22 PM EDT) -- The first half of 2018 was marked by several notable developments on the privacy and cybersecurity front, including a game-changing new data protection regime coming on the books in the European Union, a U.S. Supreme Court ruling embracing cellphone location privacy rights, and an appellate court decision that limits the Federal Trade Commission's data security settlement tactics.
Here, attorneys recount some of the top developments in the courts and legislatures from the first half of the year, in the first of two parts.
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