Commission d’access a la information du Quebec has issued guidance on employee geolocation tracking.

Here are some key takeaways:

  • Unless the law expressly provides for it, a company may not require a person to be tied to a device that makes it possible to know where he is.
  • Without obtaining valid consent from its employees,

Maybe someone is reading them after all? European Commission opens for consultation its report of the sector inquiry into consumer internet of things (IoT) devices.

The report shows that in addition to quality, brand reputation and privacy, the number of users plays a crucial role in competition. The privacy notice of the relevant device is

Several German Data Protection Authorities commence independent investigation of cross border transfers of personal data in violation of Schrems II.

The investigation has commenced by sending companies questionnaire regarding among other things, the use of service providers for:

  • sending e-mails
  • hosting of websites
  • web tracking
  • the administration of applicant data
  • the internal exchange of customer

U.S. Senator Edward J. Markey of Massachusetts has introduced the “Algorithmic Justice and Online Platform Transparency Act.”

If signed into law, the bill will impose several new requirements on online platforms:

  • Transparency – including explaining the information collected, how it is used (for advertising and/or content moderation), method by which the type of algorithmic process

C is for ‘cookie,’ and that’s not good enough for me.

NOYB, the privacy organization based in Vienna, Austria, is moving on hundreds of companies who use unlawful cookie banners. They have sent over 500 draft complaints so far, hoping to end “cookie banner terror.”

Per NOYB, “users must be given a clear yes/no option.

The UK Information Commissioner’s Office is calling for collaboration with UX and design firms for the implementation of the Age-Appropriate Design Code.

Per the ICO:

“We know that the aims of the design community align with this vision set out in the Children’s Code and can see design practices evolving. Designers are more conscious of

The “Cookie-pocalypse” or the “Identity Revolution.” Whatever you call it, digital advertising is undergoing a massive transition as the deprecation of third-party cookies gets closer. To help marketers successfully navigate this changing ecosystem, it’s clear the role of agencies must evolve, says Larson Banilower, Head of Agency at Criteo.

Three audience targeting approaches agencies can

The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has issued a draft report on Trust and Artificial Intelligence.

“If the AI system has a high level of technical trustworthiness, and the values of the trustworthiness characteristics are perceived to be good enough for the context of use, and especially the risk inherent in that context,

U.S. Sen. Amy Klobuchar, (D-Minn.) has introduced the Social Media Privacy Protection and Consumer Rights Act.

“Among other things, it requires, social media, search, and other data-centric companies handle user data to give consumers a way to opt out of data collection. This could be as straightforward as someone declining the terms of service. If

“When brands use their own data to know customers and prospects better, wonderful things start to happen. This is really about Identity – not cookies.”

“What to do:
  • Assess your current state
  • Embrace the first-party future.
  • Take ownership when it comes to identity and only allow processors (companies like identity providers or adtech partners) to