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Rachel LaBruyere is a privacy and litigation associate in Bradley's Charlotte office. She regularly advises clients on CCPA and GDPR compliance issues. Before joining Bradley, Rachel served as a Legal Intern in the United States Attorneys' Office and an Appellate Litigation Intern in the Office of the General Counsel at the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. Prior to law school, Rachel spent more than five years managing digital strategy for technology companies.

While in law school, Rachel gained a breadth of litigation experience working for the ACLU of North Carolina, the U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of North Carolina, and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s trial and appellate practices.

Hanna Andersson and Salesforce Receive Preliminary Approval for Settlement of CCPA-Based Class Action LitigationIn 2019, Hanna Andersson, a children’s apparel store, suffered a data breach while using a Salesforce e-commerce platform. As a result of the breach, customers filed a class action lawsuit, alleging customer data was stolen and asking that both Hanna Andersson and Salesforce be held liable under the California Consumer Protection Act (CCPA).

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Privacy at the Polls: Portland, Maine Votes to Ban Facial Recognition TechnologyWhile the nation waits for the results of the presidential race to be tallied, across the country local and statewide referendums on privacy issues have been decided. In Portland, Maine voters approved a ballot measure to ban the use of facial recognition technology by local police and city agencies. Portland joins other cities such as

Threats, Harassment, and Contact Tracing: Why Privacy Programs are Expanding to Protect Health Care WorkersBack in March we wrote about Address Confidentiality Programs (ACPs) as the “high stakes compliance risk you probably haven’t heard of.” These state-sponsored programs were traditionally designed to protect victims of crimes such as domestic abuse, sexual assault, stalking, or human trafficking from perpetrators who seek to find and harm their victims. Since that first