CommLaw Monitor

News and analysis from Kelley Drye’s communications practice group
Tag: enforcement

Join Kelley Drye at the 15th Annual Privacy & Data Security Symposium

Many stewards of the Internet’s most popular websites, online services, and platforms have historically funded their products and services by harnessing the value of consumer data, with varying degrees of transparency…

What to Expect in FTC Consumer Protection Enforcement: From the ABA Virtual Antitrust Spring Meeting

In conjunction with the American Bar Association’s Antitrust Section Spring Meeting , practice chair Christie Thompson participated in a panel discussion on recent FTC enforcement and priorities, including impacts, if…

FCBA CLE: “9-1-1 Reliability Rules, Outage Reporting, and Hot Topics”

Join Kelley Drye and the FCBA’s Enforcement and Homeland Security and Emergency Communications Committees for a virtual CLE on Monday, April 27 from 12:15 – 2:25 p.m. The two-part CLE will focus on the FCC’s 9-1-1…

No Delay? What To Expect on CCPA Enforcement Timing

The CCPA grants the California Attorney General (AG) the authority to enforce the CCPA starting on July 1, 2020. Last month, the AG confirmed no intention to delay that enforcement date due to the COVID-19 pandemic,…

FCC Proposes Over $200 Million in Fines to Big Four Wireless Carriers for Allegedly Selling Customer Data Without Safeguards

Last week, in a major enforcement action, the FCC proposed $208 million in fines against the nation’s four largest wireless carriers— AT&T , Verizon , T-Mobile , and Sprint —for allegedly selling access to their…