California Consumer Privacy Act

California Consumer Privacy Act-like regulations may be coming to a New York business near you. State lawmakers have reintroduced two key pieces of data privacy legislation for the new session.

New York state’s  “do not sell my personal information” bill was reintroduced in the Senate and referred to the Senate Consumer Protection Committee.

The

Some thoughts from the interactive ad industry on CCPA compliance from a new IAB CCPA Benchmark survey.

  • Allowing the placement of third party trackers for the purpose of advertising is likely a sale.
  • Participants down the advertising chain are sometimes “businesses,” sometimes “service providers” and sometimes “third parties.”
  • Many give CCPA rights to individuals outside

California lawmakers recently passed legislation that amends the California Consumer Privacy Act.

“The most significant outcome of AB 713’s passage is that, pending California Gov. Gavin Newson’s signature, information that is deidentified is exempt from regulation under the CCPA if the information is (1) derived from patient information that is protected under HIPAA, the California

Is a U.S. federal privacy law in our future?

Combining the privacy protections included in three previously independent bills — the U.S. Consumer Data Protection Act, Filter Bubble Transparency Act and Deceptive Experiences To Online Users Reduction Act — Senate Republicans’ SAFE DATA Act  provides some of the strongest privacy protections to date, writes Müge

Time for a U.S. federal privacy law?

“U.S. Sen. Roger Wicker, R-Miss., chairman of the Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation, will convene a hearing titled, “Revisiting the Need for Federal Data Privacy Legislation,” at 10:00 a.m. on Wednesday, September 23, 2020.

The hearing will examine the current state of consumer data privacy and legislative