Articles about Regulation

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Are Photos Like Fingerprints? BIPA and Biometric Privacy Laws

Illinois’ BIPA is a model for upcoming biometric legislation; we expect 20% of states will have biometric privacy laws by 2024.

Tablet device showing a process of compliance in Health IT regulation, similar to the Civil Cyber-Fraud Initiative.

The DOJ’s Civil Cyber-Fraud Initiative

The most recent Health IT vendor to settle with the government is a direct result of the DOJ’s new Civil Cyber-Fraud Initiative.

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FDA Releases Final Guidance on Clinical Decision Support Software as a Medical Device

Quandary Peak’s review of FDA’s final guidance leads us to believe we could see meaningful expansion of the amount of CDSS qualifying as a medical device, which could subject many current and future CDS software applications to FDA oversight.

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An Overview of the Three Google Antitrust Lawsuits

Google is the subject of not one, not two, but three antitrust lawsuits as part of a broader reckoning of technology companies’ power to shape the modern world.

A Closer Look at California’s Data Privacy Law

The notion that data is the property of consumers—and not businesses that collect it—is a relatively new (but impactful) premise. Until national legislation is introduced, California’s CCPA looks to be the standard-setter across the US for the time being.