Libbie Canter is a member of the Communications & Media, Data Privacy and Cybersecurity, and Litigation Practice Groups. She represents and advises clients on matters before Congress and various federal agencies, including the Federal Communications Commission and the Federal Trade Commission.She has advised clients on a broad range of privacy issues, including data security breach matters, online and mobile marketing, and social networking policies for employers. Her legislative work focuses on the areas of communications and media, privacy law, and cloud computing policy.
California Attorney General Xavier Becerra (“AG”) announced in September a settlement against Glow, Inc., resolving allegations that the fertility app had “expose[d] millions of women’s personal and medical information.” In the complaint, the AG alleged violations of certain state consumer protection and privacy laws, stemming from privacy and security “failures” in Glow’s mobile application (the … Continue Reading
Senate Commerce Committee Chairman Roger Wicker is working on draft legislation that would regulate the collection and use of health and location information in connection with efforts to track and limit the spread of COVID-19. Some key highlights of the tentatively titled “COVID-19 Consumer Data Protection Act” include: For the duration of the public health … Continue Reading
This is the sixth of our video posts on 10 questions that can help lawyers contribute to the digital health ideation process. Today’s video explores the question: what are the limits on how the data can be used and disclosed?… Continue Reading
This is the fourth of our video posts on 10 questions that can help lawyers contribute to the digital health ideation process. Today’s video explores the question: what data will be needed to substantiate the offering?… Continue Reading
This is the third of our video posts on 10 questions that can help lawyers contribute to the digital health ideation process. Today’s video explores the question: who will provide the data used in the offering?… Continue Reading
In this bonus edition of our checkup series, Covington’s global cross-practice Digital Health team considers some additional key questions about product liability and insurance coverage that companies across the life sciences and technology sectors should be asking as they seek to fit together the regulatory and commercial pieces of the complex digital health puzzle. 1. What are … Continue Reading