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Definition of STALEMATE … a situation in which no action can be taken or progress made; deadlock.- to bring to a standstill. Some critics might suggest that this definition of the Chess term describes perfectly the current state of affairs in the Senate, as lawmakers clash over Pre-emption and Private Right to Action -- the...
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In this week’s summary of Data Privacy News……. Tea at The Ritz soured by credit card scammers ……US tightens restrictions on Huawei’s access to chip technology ……Twitter privacy ruling delayed after dispute among EU regulators ……and more!
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What is the CPRA? .... a new privacy law?.... I thought we already had one …. don't we??"
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Despite the current Covid-19 pandemic the enforcement date stands. But for financial institutions however, one question keeps popping up….“Does the CCPA provide exemptions for financial institutions?”
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A roundup of some of this week’s news stories on the data privacy landscape. ……. Facebook to face renewed privacy lawsuit … Could US CLOUD pose a threat to privacy? … Calls for EU single Coronavirus App …and more.
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On March 11, California’s Attorney General issued a second round of revisions to the proposed California Consumer Privacy Act regulations (CCPA). Among a number technical corrections and clarifications are several important changes…
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Only 12 percent of respondents from a survey of 85 businesses said they were ready for the new CCPA data privacy regulation. The other 88% of companies have yet to reach “an adequate state of compliance” ahead of the CCPA. Is your company one of them? Don’t miss our ebook entitled “The CCPA Effect” -...
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Websites and apps that use Google's advertising tools will be able to block personalized ads from being shown to internet users in California and elsewhere, in the company’s efforts to comply with California’s CCPA privacy law, the tech giant announced to its clients this week.
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Could facial recognition technologies spell the end of individual privacy? Facial-recognition technology is unregulated and yet to be proven. But already it is being installed and used at increasing numbers of locations across the United States, the UK, and beyond.
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It’s hard to deny that the example set by Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has provided an urgent incentive for U.S. states to provide appropriate protections for its own citizens. As we approach the final quarter of 2019, and with still no concrete signs of a Federal privacy law on the horizon, several states...
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