The country’s leading ride hailing app is reportedly close to coming in line with the new data compliance requirements. Didi had about 377 million active users prior to its delisting from China app stores.
China's PIPL mirrors the GDPR in terms of many of its core requirements and penalties, but some requirements are nuanced and and may require a refresh review of the existing company policies and procedures, which may create additional operational burdens.
American lawmakers may once again be ready to seriously take up the idea of a federal privacy law. A report about the bill was quickly followed by publication of a discussion draft for public view.
The IAB project uses a single protocol that presently assists digital advertising with existing European Union (EU) and California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) privacy compliance requirements.
The EU Digital Markets Act (DMA) appears headed for adoption in May. Companies providing “core platform services”, as well as those potentially receiving data from such companies, should understand not only what the DMA requires, but also its impact on existing obligations under the GDPR.
Spanish data protection authority AEPD called the two infringements that led to the GDPR fine "very serious." Both relate to Google's transfer of EU citizen data to the US.
By 2024, it’s likely that almost every U.S. state will have its own data privacy regulations. Businesses getting prepared now are barely ahead of the curve; those that put it off till the laws hit the market will have to scramble to keep up.
A new data reform bill included in the 2022 Queen's Speech promises a "pro-growth" framework of greater benefit to both businesses and citizens of the UK. It could put an end to the data adequacy decision that allows personal data to continue flowing between it and the EU.
With increasing privacy regulations, how exactly can organizations prepare for the looming privacy-driven era of digital advertising? It starts with baking privacy and transparency into all facets of operations.
Digital Services Act would bring new restrictions on how targeted advertising can use sensitive personal information and a requirement that the inner workings of recommender algorithms be visible to the public.