Some in Congress are renewing calls for strict federal privacy protections.

“We need a privacy bill of rights, a set of protections that is no less stringent than the people of California enjoy, no less protected than the people of Europe have,” says Sen. Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn.)

Jerry Moran (R-Kan.) also cited both the California

The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) apply even to companies with fewer than 250 employees… but they may not know it yet.

A recent study reveals that “Company size definitely influences knowledge and preparedness levels. 51 percent of the companies that had at least 250 employees felt

A survey shows that most companies are not yet ready for the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), and this includes companies that have undergone compliance processes for the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

CCPA is not GDPR or a subset of GDPR. It’s a different law with different requirements, for which preparation will require

Privacy law experts warn companies not to assume they can comply with the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) because they are in compliance with the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

“The fact is, CCPA is not GDPR, and it is different. There certainly are things that you probably built for GDPR that will be

If it makes the individual go “huh, why did that (use of my information) happen?”  you, company that provides a service utilizing data, may have a data protection problem on your hands.

This was a key takeaway from the U.S. Senate Committee on the Judiciary hearing on “GDPR & CCPA: Opt-ins, Consumer Control, and the

To U.S. Federal Privacy Law or To Not U.S. Federal Privacy Law, that is the question.

At a House Committee on Energy and Commerce hearing February 26, industry professionals and advocates made their pitches for what should be contained within a federal privacy bill. The discussion revolved around how prescriptive a federal law should be

Under a proposed amendment to the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) filed Feb. 22, companies that amass user data could be the target of class-action litigation from state consumers if they’re accused of violating the CCPA.

This expands the existing private right of action under CCPA which currently applies only to data breaches. Other proposals

What’s in store for CCPA?

Narrower definitions? Broader private right of action? Increased funding?

All were discussed at a hearing regarding the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) held at the California State Assembly in Sacramento, CA.

Supervising Deputy Attorney General on Consumer Protection Stacey Schesser indicated that her office would seek to expand the private

Show me the money and I’ll show you my data.

“How much would you charge a marketer to use your personally identifiable information for general advertising purposes?”

About 60 percent of 2,000 U.S. adults polled in November 2018 were willing to share personal data for a price. A majority (57 percent) said it was worth

Will the California Consumer Privacy Act serve as a blueprint for a federal privacy law or for a patchwork quilt of state privacy laws?

As states have been commencing legislative proceedings and as proposals for a federal privacy law are being formulated, the following seem to be principles that most agree should be included in