Law360 (August 7, 2019, 3:07 PM EDT) -- In late July 2019, U.S. federal and state regulators announced three headline‑grabbing data privacy and cybersecurity enforcement actions against Equifax Inc. and Facebook Inc. Although coverage of these cases has focused largely on their striking financial penalties, as important are the terms the settlements imposed on the companies’ operations as well as their officers, directors and compliance professionals — and what they signal about future enforcement activity.
July 2019 Enforcement Actions
On July 22, the Federal Trade Commission, U.S. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, New York Department of Financial Services and attorneys general from 48 states, Washington and Puerto Rico announced proposed...
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