A new New York state law prohibits the use of biometric technology in New York state schools until the later of (i) July 1, 2022 or (ii) the Commissioner of Education completes a study and issues a report to facilitate the creation of a comprehensive statewide regulatory system governing the use of such technology. The
On the first night of Hannukah, the California Department of Justice gave to me … a fourth set of amendments to California Consumer Privacy Act regulations … and a form opt out button (!?)
Offline notice: A business that sells personal information that it collects in the course of interacting with consumers offline…
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…
“The Illinois General Assembly has evaluated numerous proposals similar to the CCPA. Illinoisans want to know that their personal information is protected, and they have a right to know who is collecting their data, for what purpose, and within reason, a right to request that data to be deleted if it is not needed. I…
AB1281, the California Consumer Privacy Act amendment extending the employee and B2B carve-outs, has been signed by Governor Newsom.
Unless affected by the passing of the California Privacy Rights Act ballot initiative, the carve-outs will apply until January 1, 2022.
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…
Washington state lawmakers have recast the proposed Washington Privacy Act for 2021.
“While the 2021 draft bill is similar to the 2020 version (Senate Bill 6281), its scope is broader and certain provisions appear to signal an effort to compromise on some of the contested issues. The draft 2021 WaPA includes new sections for “data…
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…
The Washington Privacy Act is back and now includes provisions for handling personal data during a public health emergency such as a pandemic.
Its provisions are closer to the European Union’s General Data Privacy Regulation (GDPR) than the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and include:
- Controller and processor obligations
- Right of correction
- Provisions regarding profiling