Collective Redress

The EU’s Collective Redress Directive — An Analysis of the Interplay with EU General Data Protection (GDPR)

In this fourth alert in our series regarding the European Parliament’s formal endorsement of a new collective actions legislation titled the Directive of the European Parliament and of the Council on Representative Actions for the Protection of the Collective Interests of Consumers, we analyze the interplay between this new Directive and EU General Data Protection 2016/679, also known…
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Google

Lloyd v Google: A Sigh of Relief for Data Controllers

In unanimously refusing to allow a representative action to proceed, the UK Supreme Court may have sounded the death knell for opt-out class actions in England for data breaches: Lloyd v Google [2021] UKSC 50. The Safari workaround Back in 2011 Apple’s Safari web browser on iPhones blocked all third-party cookies. This prevented popular websites from working…
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CPRA

Initial Defenses Under the CCPA and CPRA: 8 Key Takeaways

Since the Jan. 1, 2020 kickoff for private enforcement under the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), plaintiffs have filed scores of class actions invoking the CCPA. Such claims, when properly made, present substantial risk to companies including statutory damages up to $750 per consumer. Early key takeaways can help companies limit risk under the CCPA…
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