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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...

What is Global Privacy Control?

Global Privacy Control (GPC) is a method that allows digital consumers to opt out of allowing companies to track their online behavior or sell or share their personal information. It takes the place of Do Not Track requests, which the California Attorney General has been unable to legally require businesses...

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...

Does the CCPA Apply Outside of the U.S.?

In short, the CCPA does apply outside the United States. This is because the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) applies to all entities that collect or process the personal information of Californians, regardless of where such entities are located. Of course, there are several other criteria you need to consider to...

Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) Website Compliance Checklist

ADA website compliance involves ensuring that your website is accessible to everyone, including those with disabilities. Our complete compliance checklist will take you through each step towards making sure your website adheres to the principles of the ADA, or Americans with Disabilities Act. Let's get started. The Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA)...

No Cancellation Policy

A No Cancellation Policy informs your clients that they are obligated to pay for every appointment they schedule with your business, regardless of their attendance. This policy is commonly used by service-focused businesses to help minimize workflow disruptions as well as avoid the loss of time and income that accompanies client...