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Federal Response Before California Privacy Law Takes Effect? Not Likely

California Consumer Privacy Act
Posted on March 18, 2019 by | California Consumer Privacy Act, Data Privacy | No Comments

The countdown is on. With the California Consumer Privacy Act slated to go into effect Jan. 1, the call is growing by big tech companies and industry advocates for federal data privacy legislation to preempt differing state laws. Until that occurs, additional states are sure to follow California’s lead in enacting their own laws. Read the full report.

Regulatory Focus on Data Privacy Grows, But Is It in Time?

Posted on January 15, 2019 by | Big Data, California Consumer Privacy Act, Cybersecurity, Data breach, Data Privacy, GDPR | No Comments

The enactment of more stringent data privacy laws by states and foreign governments is prompting a more unified approach by the federal government, beyond the industry-specific regulations that dictated past approaches. Congressional response follows the European Union’s May 2018 implementation of the General Data Protection Regulation. Read more.

Critical Wrinkles in New European Data Privacy Law

Posted on June 26, 2018 by | AI, Big Data, Data Privacy, GDPR | No Comments

Though the EU’s first big data privacy law in 23 years is now in force, there’s little consensus on the General Data Protection Regulation. Data experts say GDPR— whose 99 articles govern an individual’s right to privacy and ultimate ownership of personal data—is the most complex regulation the EU has ever produced. The law’s brevity may contribute to the lack of consensus. The language of its slim 87 pages leaves a lot of room for interpretation. This includes both the definition of personal data and a special emphasis where artificial intelligence is concerned. GDPR requires the subject’s consent for any […]

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