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WhatsApp’s 2021 Privacy Policy – Update 2.0 from India

By G.R. Bhatia and Manav Gupta1   Despite several significant developments in the past few months, there seems to be no end in sight in the...
Digital Privacy

The Chinese Surveillance State Proves That The Idea Of Privacy Is...

By: Zeyi Yang (MIT Technology Review) It’s no surprise that last week, when the Biden administration updated its list of Chinese military companies blocked from...
0-TechREG Chronicle - Connected Healthcare September 2022

TechReg® Chronicle – Connected Healthcare

Dear Readers, This edition of the CPI TechREG Chronicle concerns “Connected Healthcare” – namely how developments in technology and communications can facilitate the provision of...
2-TRAPS FOR THE UNWARY TELEHEALTH PROVIDER By Carol K. Lucas & Jennifer M. Guerrero

Traps for the Unwary Telehealth Provider

The provision of health care services via telemedicine has been growing in popularity over the last several years.  With the arrival of the COVID-19...
3-WHAT’S AHEAD FOR CONNECTED HEALTH POLICY: STATE & FEDERAL POLICIES IMPACTING TELEHEALTH ACCESS, PRIVACY LAWS & POLICYMAKER INTERESTS By Amy Durbin

What’s Ahead for Connected Health Policy: State & Federal Policies Impacting...

The COVID-19 pandemic further ushered in an unprecedented era of change within the healthcare industry, particularly for telehealth. While telehealth, medical privacy, and broadband...
3-“A ROSE BY ANY OTHER UNIQUE IDENTIFIER”: REGULATING CONSUMER DATA TRACKING AND ANONYMISATION CLAIMS By Katharine Kemp

“A Rose by any Other Unique Identifier”: Regulating Consumer Data Tracking...

Representations in online privacy policies that certain data is anonymous or “not information that personally identifies you” can have significant consequences. They may indicate...
6-“FOR THE PUBLIC BENEFIT”: WHO SHOULD CONTROL OUR DATA? By Sarit Markovich & Yaron Yehezkel

“For the Public Benefit”: Who Should Control Our Data?

Data-driven platforms collect and commercialize users’ data through advertisements or by selling the data to other third part providers. This practice raises the question...
7-MINIMIZING PRIVACY RISKS IN REGULATING DIGITAL PLATFORMS: INTEROPERABILITY IN THE EU DMA By Mikołaj Barczentewicz

Minimizing Privacy Risks in Regulating Digital Platforms: Interoperability in the EU...

The EU Digital Markets Act purports to benefit consumers and improve the competitiveness of digital markets. It is likely to have negative and unaddressed...

Privacy Harms in Platform Mergers: Lessons from Brazil

By Victor Oliveira Fernandes1   I. Introduction In recent years, several antitrust authorities have expressed more significant concerns about privacy degradation in digital markets.2 Influent commentators argue...
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Covering Prying Eyes with an Invisible Hand: Antitrust Law, the New...

By Matthew Sipe (University of Baltimore) The increasingly prominent New Brandeis movement in antitrust law hopes, among other policy goals, to use authority over competition...
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