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Understanding Data Encryption Requirements for GDPR, CCPA, LGPD & HIPAA 0

Take a proactive approach towards your organization’s security and compliance by gaining a greater understanding of current industry regulations for the GDPR, CCPA, LGPD, and HIPAA regarding encryption In this

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Coronavirus: five tips on running a remote working drill 0

Firms have been running work from home tests in preparation for enforcing such arrangements as the crisis worsens. Here’s how to get this right As the threat from coronavirus increases,

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Will The GDPR Frustrate Europe’s Plans For AI? 0

The EU plans to become the most attractive, secure and dynamic data-agile economy in the world. The Commission’s new digital strategy includes an ambition for the EU to seize new

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EDPB chair: Processing personal data in the context of coronavirus 0

In a statement released Monday, the chair of the European Data Protection Board (EDPB) addressed things companies need to consider as they process different types of personal data in the

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Federal Privacy Legislation Update: Consumer Data Privacy and Security Act of 2020 0

On March 13, 2020, Senator Jerry Moran (R-Kansas), Chairman of the Senate Commerce Subcommittee on Consumer Protection, introduced the “Consumer Data Privacy and Security Act of 2020” (the “CDPSA”). The

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Is This Google Chrome Problem A New Reason To Switch To Firefox? 0

Google’s Chrome browser still dominates the market, with over 2 billion users. But Chrome has come under increasing scrutiny over recent months, with some even ditching it altogether in favor

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Criteo Under Investigation By French Data Protection Authority 0

Retargeting giant Criteo is being investigated by the French data protection authority following a complaint by an international privacy group about the collection and exploitation of consumers’ data by adtechs.

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Privacy minefield awaits EU states in race to halt coronavirus spread 0

Europe’s privacy rulebook does not create obstacles to taking action to curb the coronavirus epidemic, but mass tracking of people’s movements and contacts using smartphone location data would represent a

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Sweden fines Google $8 million for right-to-be-forgotten violations and demands it keep websites in the dark 0

Sweden’s Data Protection Authority (DPA) has slapped Google with a 75 million kronor ($8 million) fine for “failure to comply” with Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) after the internet

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How to delete yourself from the internet 0

What is the point of getting rid of social media if all of your data is left online after you’ve gone? Samuel Fishwick has taken up the harder-than-you-might-think challenge of

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