First in the Nation Bill Would Protect Coloradans’ Biological and Neural Data

A first in the nation bill that intends to protect consumer biological and neural data passed its first hearing in the Colorado Legislature.

Colorado Supreme Court Affirms ‘Reverse-Keyword’ Warrant in People v. Seymour

In a recent case brought to the Colorado Supreme Court, several individual’s IP addresses were discovered through a reverse-keyword warrant.

Amazon’s Rise in Biometric Technology

As Amazon’s palm scanning technology heads to Whole Foods Markets, what will this mean for customer security?

Local Firms Add New Attorneys and Announce New Community Appointments

Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck and Holland & Hart announced new attorneys and new accomplishments.

Supreme Court to Hear ‘Trump Too Small’ Trademark Appeal

The case asks how public or political figures’ rights to privacy and publicity weigh against freedom of speech with trademarks.

Attorney General Releases Second Draft of Colorado Privacy Act

The Colorado Attorney General’s office on Dec. 21 published its second draft of rules for an upcoming law around data privacy.

Colorado Will Get $8.3 Million in Google Settlement Over Location Tracking Practices

Colorado and 39 other states reached a $395 million settlement with Google over misleading location tracking practices to sell targeted ads.

Appellate Roundup: Recent Decisions by Federal Appeals Courts Address Abortion, Public Nudity, State Ban on Cooperation with U.S. Immigration Authorities

This roundup of some significant recent decisions from appeals courts around the nation highlights opinions on issues that may have national importance.