If the goal of the law is to provide rules that are straightforward and consistent with the expectations around the world, other states and Congress would be well advised to follow the example of Virginia.
Privacy professionals are facing a confluence of emerging and shifting data privacy risks and challenges in adjusting to remote work, addressing data protection risks resulting from the pandemic and operationalising new laws.
The US Senate is now evaluating ad exchanges as a potential threat to national security. The concern stems from digital ad auctions conducted in foreign countries.
The large amount of the Booking.com fine is a point of contention as it stretches to the limit of what the GDPR allows for a data breach notification incident that involved relatively little sensitive personal information.
Notes from a recent ruling by CNIL, France's data protection authority, raised questions about Apple's own privacy compliance even as App Store advertisers are subjected to tougher standards.
French privacy watchdog CNIL has opened an inquiry into Clubhouse’s handling of user data which may be in conflict with EU privacy laws, most notably the GDPR.
After an extended pause due to the coronavirus and the 2020 election, the prospect of a federal privacy law is once again being raised by Congress and the first contender is attempting to bridge the partisan divide.
Virginia is the latest state to adopt a consumer privacy law, with the Virginia Consumer Data Protection Act (CDPA) signed by the governor in early March. The bill adopts some of the terms seen in the CPRA.
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