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Shari Claire Lewis Shari Claire Lewis

In 2019, businesses learned that they could no longer hide from the inherent tension between commercial use of individual data and individual privacy interests. Over the past month or so, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) took a number of notable privacy-related actions against a host of companies regarding what it considered to be their problematic online activities, which provide learning lessons to any business with an online presence. Many states have passed or carried over a patchwork of privacy legislation for consideration in their next legislative session, including 25 pieces of privacy legislation that are pending in New York state alone. In-house counsel, and we attorneys in private practice, must help our clients keep all of these balls in the air as deadlines pass and others rapidly approach.

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