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EP. 65: Be Kind, Rewind: How a Blockbuster-Era Law Is Still Being Used in Data Privacy Disputes

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A 1988 law regarding video rentals, called the Video Privacy Protection Act, is still affecting the legal, and even the insurance and technology landscape, today. On this episode of The Insuring Cyber Podcast, Antonio Trotta, vice president and claims practice leader for cyber, professional liability and financial lines at QBE North America, discussed how costs regarding VPPA claims could add up for insurers and what could change about data privacy laws moving forward. Later in the episode, Odia Kagan, partner and chair of GDPR compliance and international privacy at law firm fox Rothschild, spoke about how data collection practices at companies may need to change as a result of a recent wave of VPPA litigation and some of the challenges with using traditional legislation to litigate modern technology and data privacy issues. Thanks for listening!

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