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Global Body Issues Guidance for Autonomous and Connected Vehicles

The International Conference of Data Protection and Privacy Commissioners, a collection of data and privacy regulators from around the world, recently issued non-binding guidance concerning the privacy rights of autonomous and connected vehicle users. The guidance calls on manufacturers and service providers to “fully respect the users’ rights to the protection of their personal data and … Continue Reading

FTC Gives COPPA Guidance on Voice Recordings

The FTC announced that it has given guidance on when the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) requires collection of parental consent before collecting voice recordings online from children under 13. The issue arose because, as the FTC noted, voice is beginning to be a “replacement for written words,” especially when conducting searches or instructing … Continue Reading
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