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Singapore Personal Data Protection Commission (PDPC) has published a guide on data protection in the blockchain.

Some key points:

Permissionless blockchain:

  • Any personal data published in-clear is a form
Continue Reading Data Protection on the Blockchain: Singapore’s Personal Data Protection Commission Weighs In

The Network Advertising Initiative (NAI), an industry trade group that develops self-regulatory standards for online advertising, has released its Precise Location Information Solution Provider Voluntary Enhanced Standards.

The new standards

Continue Reading The NAI’s Precise Location Information Solution Provider Voluntary Enhanced Standards: What You Need to Know

The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 may be the most well-known privacy law in the United States, but it is also one of the most misunderstood.

Many

Continue Reading HIPAA Covers a Lot Less Than People Think. But Beware of Other US Privacy Laws.

Does vehicle service data for services performed on a vehicle while owned by a previous owner belong to the new owner and need to be provided as part of a

Continue Reading Does Vehicle Service Data “Relate to an Identifiable Individual?” Finland DPA Says It’s Complicated

“Businesses, service providers, and contractors are to comply with not just the letter of the (California Consumer Privacy Act), but the spirit of the law.”

That is according to a

Continue Reading To Clarify the Meaning of CCPA, CPPA Issues Initial Statement of Reasons for New Regs

During a recent webinar hosted by The Chicago Bar Association, some other panelists and I made some predictions about the future of data privacy.

What is on the horizon?

  1. The 
Continue Reading What Does the Future of Data Privacy Hold? Some Predictions.