Archive for Digital Updates – April

California Assembly Advances Multiple CCPA Amendments
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California Assembly Advances Multiple CCPA Amendments

On April 23, the California State Assembly’s Committee on Privacy and Consumer Protection voted favorably on multiple amendments to the California Consumer Protection Act (CCPA) ... Read More
EU Formally Adopts Copyright Directive
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EU Formally Adopts Copyright Directive

On April 15, the member states of the European Union officially adopted the long-awaited Copyright Directive, creating a Publishers’ Right in the EU. The Directive ... Read More
Alliance to Meet with Privacy Advocates; California Considers Amendments to CCPA
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Alliance to Meet with Privacy Advocates; California Considers Amendments to CCPA

The Alliance will meet with privacy advocates, including Alastair Mactaggart and Ashkan Soltani, to discuss issues related to the California Consumer Privacy Act. The meeting ... Read More
Department of Justice Holds Workshop on Digital Advertising
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Department of Justice Holds Workshop on Digital Advertising

The Department of Justice announced that it will hold a workshop from May 23 on advertising and antitrust enforcement and policy. The workshop will focus ... Read More
Copyright Office Hosts Roundtable on Online Platform Liability
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Copyright Office Hosts Roundtable on Online Platform Liability

On April 8, the U.S. Copyright Office organized the fifth roundtable in their ongoing Section 512 study, which evaluates the impact and effectiveness of the ... Read More
Federal Trade Commission Holds Hearing on Consumer Privacy
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Federal Trade Commission Holds Hearing on Consumer Privacy

The Federal Trade Commission continued its hearings on April 9 and 10 on Competition and Consumer Protection in the 21st Century, with a hearing focused ... Read More
UK Government Releases Online Harms White Paper; Congress Continues Hearings on Online Platforms
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UK Government Releases Online Harms White Paper; Congress Continues Hearings on Online Platforms

On April 8, the United Kingdom’s Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport and the Home Office released their long-awaited “Online Harms White Paper” that ... Read More
Facebook Considers Paying News Publishers for Content
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Facebook Considers Paying News Publishers for Content

On April 1, Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg stated in a discussion with Axel Springer’s Mathias Döpfner that Facebook may start paying news publishers for the use ... Read More
Journalism Competition and Preservation Act Reintroduced in the House
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Journalism Competition and Preservation Act Reintroduced in the House

On April 3, House Antitrust Subcommittee Chairman David Cicilline (D-RI) and House Judiciary Ranking Member Doug Collins (R-GA) reintroduced H.R. 2054, the “Journalism Competition and ... Read More
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