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CCPA: Does Using Third-Party Cookies Count as Selling Personal Information?

It's a question hotly debated by legal and privacy experts, and repeatedly asked by concerned businesses: Does using third-party cookies count as "selling" personal information under the California...

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What Can Happen if You Violate Privacy Laws

Failing to respect your customers' privacy can result in reputational harm, loss of personal information, and wasted resources. Increasingly, it can also put you in violation of the...

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Anonymization and Pseudonymization Policy

Anonymization and pseudonymization are two important ways of protecting personal information within your organization. These concepts have been central to EU data protection law for many years. But with...

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How to Handle PIPEDA Privacy Access Requests

Canada's Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA) requires private sector organizations to provide personal information to individuals on request. Failing to comply with privacy access requests can...

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Computer Misuse Act 1990

The Computer Misuse Act 1990 is the UK's legal defense against hacking, allowing the state to prosecute those who use or access computers for malicious purposes. Three decades since...

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Facebook Retargeting Under the CCPA: What's LDU?

Facebook has introduced a new mechanism called "Limited Data Use" (LDU). LDU affects Facebook's "Business Tools," including the Facebook Pixel, which businesses use for "retargeting" ads at Facebook...

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