China’s data protection rules are now being strengthened in a way that seems to be aimed specifically at limiting the power of tech giants.
In recent months, the global privacy landscape has begun to shift. Several countries have started to draft and implement sweeping national privacy regulations, including China and the United Arab Emirates (UAE). What do advertisers need to know?
Tech giants are facing hefty fines after France's CNIL ruled that their cookie consent processes were too confusing and difficult. Central to the case was the use of "dark patterns" by each site.
With the CCPA enforcement deadline only a month away, Chief Privacy Officers are still grappling with significant uncertainties about what exactly the law requires.
Often, it might be a complex thing for entrepreneurs and inventors to understand and navigate the patent process. What are the technicalities of the intellectual property process?
The GDPR has been in effect for a few months now, and it’s safe to say most businesses are familiar with it by now. It’s also likely a safe bet that at least a few view it as an inconvenience. Truth is, it’s anything but. From a business perspective, privacy regulations are one of the best things that could possibly exist - here’s why.
Some ad tech vendors appear to be engaging in a form GDPR consent string fraud by knowingly tampering with the consent information found in a publisher’s consent string, in order to give them the ability to deliver personalized ads.
How could companies best prepare themselves to face potential CCPA litigation following a data security incident and protect against data breach claims seeking exorbitant statutory penalties?
The first signs of legal action against Facebook over the recent data leak have appeared, as an EU digital privacy group has announced plans to take the social media giant to court in Ireland.
To combat coronavirus outbreak, some E.U. nations are making use of GDPR emergency provisions to loosen up the rules in collecting and processing sensitive health data.