Government & Regulatory Affairs associate Tony Glosson recently published an article for the Federal Communications Law Journal titled, “Data Privacy in Our Federalist System: Toward an Evaluative Framework for State Privacy Laws.” Tony discusses the dormant commerce clause and the early approach to state internet regulations, along with how new technologies may impact the constitutional analysis. Topics include:

  • Extraterritoriality, Pike balancing, and the potential for inconsistent regulations under various state privacy regimes
  • Whether geolocation technologies can fix the dormant commerce clause problems with state privacy laws
  • Which arguments to include (and avoid) in designing a constitutional challenge to a state privacy law

Read Anthony’s article here.

Source: Federal Communications Law Journal