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Posted in Consumer Privacy, International/EU Privacy

Making Sense of China’s New Privacy Laws and Draft Internet Privacy Regulations

Although China does not have an omnibus privacy statute or framework, the Chinese government recently has released a number of new privacy guidelines and regulations. This blog posts discusses a number of those guidelines and regulations, including two draft rules: Provisions on the Protection of the Personal Information of Telecommunications, and Internet Users and the Provisions on Registration of the True Identity Information of Phone Users (“Provisions on Phone Users”).

Posted in Consumer Privacy

New Guidelines Released for Mobile App Privacy Policies

Amid increasing media and regulator scrutiny over location-based services, the Mobile Marketing Association has released a set of draft privacy policy guidelines for mobile applications (“apps”). These guidelines address key data privacy and security issues and provide a helpful “starting point” for companies that develop or deploy mobile apps. With assistance from Hogan Lovells, the Future of Privacy Forum participated in the development of these guidelines.

Posted in Consumer Privacy

New FCC Proceeding Seeks Comment on Potential Exemptions to Telemarketing, Autodialer, and Prerecorded Message Restrictions

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) issued a Public Notice seeking comment on a Petition for Expedited Clarification and Declaratory Ruling (Petition) filed by Global Tel*Link Corporation (Global Tel) regarding its outbound calling practices.  The Petition raises several key issues under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) and related FCC rules, including whether certain calls (e.g., […]