And now Florida? Glenn A. Brown and Christina Lamoureux of Squire Patton Boggs write: The Florida state legislature is considering a sweeping data privacy bill introduced by Governor Ron DeSantis in February. House Bill 969 is the latest state provision to follow in the footsteps of the California Consumer Privacy [Read More…]
Libbie Canter, Anna D. Kraus, and Shane Rogers of Covington and Burling write: Two recent actions by lawmakers are intended to address certain uses of technology in health. First, two Senators have introduced a bipartisan bill related to the collection and use of identifiable health data from wearable health trackers. [Read More…]
FourthAmendment.com summarizes a court opinion that will be of interest to many parents: Assuming random Covid testing of NYC school children is a Fourth Amendment search, the court applies Vernonia School District 47J and special needs and finds it reasonable. Aviles v. De Blasio, 2021 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 38930 (S.D. [Read More…]
Erin Brodwin reports: The clinical provider for Amazon Care, the tech giant’s virtual-first medical platform, is quietly gearing up to do business in 17 additional states, according to public documents viewed by STAT. Read more on STAT (Sub. required) Typo in author’s name corrected.