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California’s Domino Effect on U.S. Privacy Regulation

The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), which goes into effect Jan. 1, will have a longstanding impact on privacy regulation across the U.S., a security expert says.

By |2019-11-14T10:32:16-05:00November 14th, 2019|California, CCPA, Consumer Privacy, Data Privacy, enfuse 2019, GDPR, Government, Hacks, IoT, janet de guzman, podcast, Podcasts, privacy, privacy regulation, security law, security regulation|Comments Off on California’s Domino Effect on U.S. Privacy Regulation

Consumer Data Privacy Rights: Emerging Tech Blurs Lines

Data privacy is a fundamental right for Americans - but new emerging technologies like drone, IoT and facial recognition are introducing gray areas.

By |2019-11-13T17:19:30-05:00November 13th, 2019|Alexa, CCPA, data collection, Data Privacy, drone, emerging technologies, enfuse 2019, facial recognition, GDPR, Government, IoT, privacy, privacy law, privacy regulation|Comments Off on Consumer Data Privacy Rights: Emerging Tech Blurs Lines

These new rules were meant to protect our privacy. They don’t work | Stephanie Hare

The data protection laws introduced last year are failing us – and our childrenWho owns your data? This is one of the toughest questions facing governments, companies and regulators today and no one has answered it to anyone’s satisfaction. Not what we were promised last year, when the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation, commonly [...]

By |2019-11-10T03:30:28-05:00November 10th, 2019|Data and computer security, data protection, Europe, European Union, GDPR, Internet, Internet of Things, Internet safety, privacy, Surveillance, Technology, UK news, World news|Comments Off on These new rules were meant to protect our privacy. They don’t work | Stephanie Hare

Data Breach Fines: Are They Working to Boost Consumer Safety?

Despite trillions of dollars in breach fine payouts, each year the number of compromised companies and individuals with private data exposed rise.