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.
As consumer privacy issues continue to grow, privacy professionals should look at the overall landscape of the litigation risks to better plan for comprehensive data privacy policies.
Even though Facebook has closed out its Q4 earnings at historic highs, the company cautioned that cost of compliance with privacy regulations will slow down revenue growth rates in Q1.
A new legislation, Nebraska Consumer Data Privacy Act, has been introduced on 8 January 2020. How will it apply to the Nebraska residents and affects the businesses?
With data privacy laws becoming a focus for many global and U.S. state governments in 2019, this year will prove to be challenging for companies as they attempt to comply with the many regulations pertaining to the personal data of customers.
Hundreds of written comments received by the California Office of the Attorney General show that there is still confusion and possible expansion of the CCPA.
Trump administration has announced a set of AI guidelines as the basis of regulating AI applications, which include 10 principles that federal agencies should consider.
YouTube’s new privacy rules to meet COPPA compliance will require YouTuber to assign each new piece of content on the platform as being ‘for children’ or ‘not for children’.
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.