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CCPA: Does a Privacy Policy Satisfy the "Notice at Collection" Requirement?

A big part of compliance with the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) is providing notice to consumers. The CCPA's "notice at collection" requirement means that before you collect personal...

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Using Biometric Information in New York

The New York Stop Hacks and Improve Electronic Data Security Act (SHIELD Act) was amended in 2019 to include reference to biometric information. The SHIELD Act imposes an...

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Data Transfer Risk Assessment

Until July 2020, thousands of businesses across European nations and the United States of America regularly transferred data amongst themselves. The Privacy Shield Agreement governed those data transfers. However,...

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GDPR: Don't Use Pre-Ticked Boxes for Cookies

When the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) passed in 2016, websites started putting up cookie banners in preparation for its 2018 enforcement date. But many of these cookie...

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Why Your Privacy Policy Needs to Mirror Your Privacy Practices

Customers buy from businesses that they know, like, and trust. It's a cliche in today's world because that statement's been so often repeated. However, it's been reiterated over...

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Google's "Data Disclosure" Policy

In January 2021, Google will be providing additional information to Chrome users when they browse extensions and other products in the Chrome Web Store. This information will include...

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