There are a lotContinue Reading Privacy in the City That Never Sleeps: The New York Privacy Bill
You need a data retention plan. No really.
And not just in the European Union. In California too.
Commission Nationale de l’Informatique et des Libertés (CNIL) has fined messaging platform…Continue Reading Make Sure You Have a Good Data Retention Plan. You Need It.
For deidentification under the traditional laws like HIPAA, removal of identifiers qualifies.
That was a key facet of what I discussed last week on an anonymization panel during the IAPP…Continue Reading Deidentification vs Anonymization: What Is Enough?
What do you need to know about the changes in the new, new, new, new, new CPRA Regs?
- your good faith efforts to comply count
- data minimization (reasonably necessary and
If you are using dashcams to monitor employees and customers, you need to be careful.
A recent finding from the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada offers good guidance…Continue Reading Are You Using Dashcams to Monitor Employees and Customers? Be Careful.
The California Privacy Protection Agency has revised (again) the CPRA regulations.
There are several edits, including some clarifications and removals simplicity of implementation “at this time.” The regulations also double…Continue Reading Revised California Privacy Rights Act Regulations Are Out: What You Need to Know.
The California Privacy Rights Act is coming. Soon. For real.
To help employers get ready, I recently joined the “Your Bytes = Your Rights” podcast to discuss the changes coming…Continue Reading The California Privacy Rights Act Is Coming. What Employers Need to Know.
While speaking recently at the Nordic Privacy Arena in Sweden, I offered Nordic companies seven things they should think about when doing business in the United States.
For your reading…Continue Reading 7 Things Nordic Companies Should Think About When Doing Business in the US
The proposed American Data Privacy and Protection Act is getting a facelift.
Here are some key changes:
Disclosure and consent:
- Disclosure for getting affirmative consent can be procured either through
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.