California is putting a proposal on the table to force big tech to create a digital dividend fund to share revenue from any personal data monetization. Will this address increased demand for income inequality and government involvement in wealth redistribution?
The Ohio law represented a novel approach to data protection by providing safe harbor if the entity’s cyber security program conforms to industry recognized cybersecurity frameworks or federal regulations cited in the Act.
Recent study shows that 72% of U.S. small businesses support improvements to privacy regulations yet 52% also believe that there will be a negative impact to their business. And only 15% believe that policy makers will pass regulations that do not adversely affect small businesses.
Enhanced 911 location data would make it possible for emergency first responders to more accurately find and locate people making 911 calls. What are the privacy implications since the biggest U.S. telcos have been secretly selling location data of their customers to a shadowy network of data brokers and data aggregators?
Huawei hits back at the United States after it's PR charm offensive including opening up it's source code went nowhere. It reminded the world of the biggest scandal of the century – the PRISM program and Five Eyes surveillance.
79% of mid- to large-sized U.S. enterprises support a federal privacy law to provide guidelines on data sharing and data inventory practices, but will it further highlight deficiencies at the world’s largest enterprises?
Scanning images in billions of users’ files without warrants, is Google helping the U.S. government to conduct warrantless searches and violating the Fourth Amendment?
“Many Americans are lost” when it comes to dealing with data breaches. According to a new survey by Lexington Law, many do not even check whether or not they are victims.
Democrats pushed through a new bill to reinstate the Net Neutrality rules to prevent large broadband Internet providers from blocking or slowing Internet access, or prioritizing their own content over the content of smaller rivals.
New DETOUR Act may pass in U.S. to fight against “dark patterns” which makes it illegal for tech companies to design, modify or manipulate user interface to obtain consent or user data.