“I have long advocated for privacy protections that include the principles of knowledge, notice and the right to say ‘no’ to companies that want our information. But it is increasingly clear that a true 21st-century comprehensive privacy bill must do more than simply enshrine notice and consent standards,” said Sen. Edward Markey (D-Mass.), the author
Much like your credit report, where you can look and check who has been accessing and using your credit information and make corrections, so should be the case with the rest of your personal information – says, Sen. Reuven Carlyle, D-Seattle, the sponsor of Senate Bill 5376, passed by the Senate of Washington state.
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…
The U.S. Government Accountability Office recommends that Congress consider comprehensive federal internet privacy legislation.
Issues that should be considered include:
- Which agency or agencies should oversee Internet privacy.
- What authorities an agency or agencies should have to oversee Internet privacy, including notice-and-comment rulemaking authority and first-time violation civil penalty authority.
- How to balance consumers’ need