Natalie Dugan is an associate in the firm’s Washington, DC office and a member of the Data Privacy and Cybersecurity Practice Group as well as the International Trade Practice Group.

Natalie advises clients on a broad range of privacy and cybersecurity issues, including on topics related to privacy policies and data practices, responses to regulatory inquiries, and compliance obligations under U.S. state privacy regulations like the California Consumer Privacy Act. Her practice also includes helping clients navigate international trade policy and customs matters.

On January 18, 2022, a New Jersey bill which prohibits employers from making use of tracking devices in vehicles operated by employees without providing written notice was passed into law. See Assembly Bill A3950. Effective April 18, 2022, the law will subject employers that knowingly make use of a “tracking device” in a vehicle used by an employee without providing written notice to the employee to civil penalties not exceeding $1,000 for the first violation and not exceeding $2,500 for the second violation. Id.
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Early last week, Senator Cory Booker (D-NJ) and Congresswomen Anna Eshoo (D-CA) and Jan Schakowsky (D-IL) introduced a new bill, the Banning Surveillance Advertising Act, which would prohibit ad tech companies and other advertisers from engaging in targeted or “surveillance” advertising.  Targeted advertising is defined under the bill as the dissemination of ads based