Blog: Legal Requirements

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American Data Privacy and Protection Act (ADPPA)

While many U.S. state laws provide privacy protection for the residents of the relevant state, the American Data Privacy and Protection Act (ADPPA) is a bipartisan bill that is set to become the first comprehensive federal privacy legislation that protects the privacy of all U.S. consumers. This article will explain what...

Czech Republic and the GDPR

On January 1, 2022, the Czech Republic aligned its cookie consent practices with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the EU Cookies Directive by amending its Electronic Communications Act (ECA). This development effectively changed the status quo for cookie processing in the Czech Republic. More specifically, it prompted a shift...

Data Retention Policy

A Data Retention Policy defines a business's established protocol for storing data and how it disposes of this data when it's no longer needed. There are many compelling reasons a business or organization could benefit from a Data Retention Policy such as to comply with national or international privacy laws, to...

Michigan Personal Data Privacy Act

On 27 September 2022, State Senator Rosemary Bayer and fellow Senate Democrats presented Senate Bill 1182, the Michigan Personal Data Privacy Act, to the Michigan Senate. The bill is currently in Michigan's Senate Energy and Technology Committee. In this article we'll provide more information on the act, what it aims to do,...

U.S. State Privacy Laws Directory

Many states in the U.S. have begun to draft and enact their own privacy and biometric laws in the absence of a federal consumer privacy framework. Several factors inspired this movement, including the increase in personal data collection, the privacy concerns accompanying technological advancements, and the enactment of the revolutionary General...

Terms of Service Labeling, Design and Readability Act (TLDR)

The Terms of Service Labeling, Design and Readability Act (TLDR) requires companies doing business online to ensure their Terms of Service agreements (also sometimes called Terms and Conditions or Terms of Use) are transparent, accessible, and easily understood by website visitors. In this article, we will go over who the TLDR...