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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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There is no doubt that we are living in times of great uncertainty. Uncertainty about the long term effects of Coronavirus, uncertainty about the ecology of our planet, and, if you live and work in the UK, there’s the worrying uncertainty concerning Brexit and what the UK’s departure means for its data privacy laws.
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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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This invisible enemy which transcends geography, languages and political borders was responsible for approximately $3 trillion worth of commercial losses in 2015 — and is forecasted to impact the global society to the tune of $6 trillion in 2021.
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Judging from the relentless bombardment of “buy our stuff” emails most of us receive, it would seem data privacy laws have largely been side-stepped by the majority of marketers. This begs certain questions. Should marketers continue to view data privacy as merely an inconvenient sales prevention obstacle to be circumvented in the name of business...
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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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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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In August of last year we posted an article about the New York Privacy Act (NYPA). At that time, New York’s bill was being heralded as an even stricter piece of privacy legislation than.California’s CCPA — a law that goes much further than the CCPA! Unfortunately the bill was rejected…
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Despite some lawmakers' hopes to deliver a federal data privacy law in 2019, the year ended in disappointment and frustration for privacy advocates and consumers alike.
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When the CCPA legislation was hurriedly passed in June 2018 California became the first U.S. state to usher in new data privacy protections for its citizens. At that time however, many commentators criticized the CCPA as being riddled with drafting errors, practical problems, and constitutional vulnerabilities.In this article, we take a fresh look at the...
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