Autonomous vehicles highlights pressing issues currently in technology law involving artificial intelligence and machine learning. What are the liability and risk problems that must be considered?
A proposed update from the state Attorney General is set to change the new CCPA up a bit just two months in, granting some small concessions in the privacy rules for both businesses and end users.
Privacy has now become a bit of a loaded word and the public is on guard when it comes to their personal data. What is the impact marketing consent rates? And how will the increase of data fundamentalism change attitudes?
U.S. Justice Department released a new drone policy update which mandates a cybersecurity evaluation for new UAS acquisition and protection of privacy and civil liberties.
GDPR, PIPEDA and DETOUR are just the beginning with new regulations being considered all around the world. Consumer consent must become less complex to build trust relationships even as digital commerce becomes more difficult.
Proposed Active Cyber Defense Bill “hack back” will allow victims of hacker attacks to carry out digital vigilantism but what are the consequences when companies take law into their own hands?
Microsoft is now the first major tech company that says it plans to abide by the new CCPA not just in California, but also to honor California’s digital privacy law in every state where it operates in the United States.
A new law was included in 2020 budget bill which requires any U.S. company providing cyber capabilities to first notify the State Department and obtain permission before selling to foreign governments.
Many companies were blindsided by the time and cost to sustain GDPR compliance. With CCPA coming into effect, what should companies do to develop a sustainable compliance program?