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U.K. Unveils Replacement GDPR, then Retracts It

When the U.K. withdrew from the European Union (EU), its General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) status was one of many headaches for regulators to figure out. After drawn-out negotiations over points...

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Privacy and Cybersecurity Are Driving Compliance Initiatives According to Corporate Counsel

In a recent report by the Association of Corporate Counsel, a survey of chief legal counsels provided confirmation of what we’ve been saying for a while: expectations of increased regulatory enforcement,...

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Data Minimization: What Is It and Why Practice It?

The European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) first launched the concept of data minimization, which states that a data controller should limit the collection of personal information to what is...

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Episode 211: Scrapin’ ain’t Hackin’. Or is it?

Is scraping the same as hacking or just an example of “zealous” use of a social media platform? And if it isn’t considered hacking…should it be? As more and more online...

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Episode 206: What Might A Federal Data Privacy Law Mean In the US?

In this episode of the podcast (#206): with movement towards passage of a federal data privacy law stronger than ever, we invite two experts in to the Security Ledger studio to...

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Worldwide Plans for Apps and Cards to Prove Your Vaccination Status: Are There Privacy Concerns?

A new commercial has hit the airwaves in Israel. It begins with a door swinging open to reveal a beautiful seaside patio with a couple awaiting their dinners as a voiceover...

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The Effect of a Biden-Harris Presidency on Privacy in the U.S.

How will a Biden-Harris presidency affect the U.S. privacy landscape? Let’s take a look. Federal Privacy Legislation On both sides of the political aisle there have been draft proposals in the...

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