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In this issue
|Associated Press Features Partner Christie Thompson in VW Analysis Video|
Partner Christie Thompson was featured in the Associated Press video “Analysis: VW Problems ‘Far From Over’.” Volkswagen recently struck an agreement with a federal judge over thousands of vehicles rigged to cheat on emissions, but Ms. Thompson notes that the company’s legal problems are far from over, as a criminal investigation is still pending. She describes the case, the agreement, and notes that “Volkswagen is conducting its own investigation to try to figure out exactly who knew what…and we’ll have to see how that unfolds. I don’t see the criminal side of that going away any time soon.” To watch the full video, please click here.
‘Smart’ Ways To Avoid FTC Internet Of Things Scrutiny
Partner Alysa Hutnik co-authored the Law360 article “‘Smart’ Ways To Avoid FTC Internet of Things Scrutiny.” The article addresses recent enforcement matters and lessons learned from the FTC’s report, “Internet of Things: Privacy and Security in a Connected World.” Ms. Hutnik also provides a list of several key issues to consider when developing and marketing a connected or “smart” device. Read more…
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