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Anna Hsia

Anna Hsia

Anna Hsia maintains a diverse practice litigating complex business disputes and counseling clients on privacy issues. With broad litigation experience in unfair competition, false advertising, class actions, and other complex litigation, Anna guides clients through disputes in federal and state courts. As a Certified Information Privacy Professional, Anna has assisted clients with product development and compliance with privacy regulations such as the TCPA, HIPAA, COPPA, state-specific privacy regulations, the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act, and the Fair Credit Reporting Act.

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The Supreme Court’s July 6th decision in Barr v. American Association of Political Consultants, Inc. quickly dashed hopes that the sea of litigation centered around the Telephone Consumer Privacy Act (“TCPA”) would come to an end.  The TCPA...

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On June 17, 2020, in a 28-page report released on the topic of online platform liability, the U.S. Department of Justice proposed four material modifications of Section 230 of the CDA:  Narrowing Section 230’s applicability...

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We had long predicted that the CCPA’s introduction of statutory damages associated with certain data breaches would make California a popular venue for data breach class action lawsuits. Sure enough, litigants are now raising such...

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The California Attorney General released an update to its proposed California Consumer Privacy Act Regulations, and companies have until 5 pm PT on February 24 to submit comments on this updated draft. ...

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In announcing the largest fine ever issued by the FTC for COPPA violations, the FTC also signaled a potential shift in the breadth of COPPA applicability—shedding light on factors that might make an app with...

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Since the D.C. Circuit issued its ruling in March invalidating as arbitrary and capricious many of the FCC’s interpretations of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (“TCPA”), courts have been tasked with clarifying the definition of...

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Don’t Wait – Check Your User Flow Now

July 3, 2018 | 0 Comments

You’ve taken time to craft a strong set of online Terms to protect your online service, but is it enforceable? This question has been at the core of a number of recent cases where plaintiffs...

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Following the D.C. Circuit’s narrowing of the FCC’s broad definition of an autodialer in its 2015 Omnibus TCPA Declaratory Ruling and Order (“Omnibus Order”), the Third Circuit has ruled that a dialing system must have...

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Like most reading this article, we have been very busy over the last couple of years preparing our clients for the EU General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”). In advising companies that range from start-ups to...

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The D.C. Circuit issued its much-anticipated ruling paring back the FCC’s 2015 Omnibus TCPA Declaratory Ruling and Order (“Omnibus Order”). The opinion: (1) invalidated the FCC’s interpretation of “autodialer” under the TCPA; (2) determined that...

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