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Indiana's Consumer Data Protection Act (CDPA)

The Indiana Consumer Data Protection Act (CDPA) was signed into law on May 1, 2023 and will take effect on January 1, 2026. This article explains what the Indiana CDPA is, who it applies to, how to comply with the law, and what happens if you violate it. What is the Indiana...

Opt-Out Rights Under Privacy Laws

Under modern privacy laws, consumers have the right to opt out of certain activities involving the collection, use, and disclosure of their personal information. In other words, consumers can simply say "no" to most data processing activities, from marketing emails to website cookies to the sale of data. And businesses must...

Invalid Privacy Policy URL Rejection for Google Play Store

App developers who want to list their apps in the Google Play Store need to make sure they have a Privacy Policy that complies with Google Play's requirements. Otherwise, they may receive a Invalid "Privacy Policy link invalid or missing" rejection message. This article will explain what the Google Play...

Swiss New Federal Act on Data Protection (nFADP)

The Swiss New Federal Act on Data Protection (nFADP) is a comprehensive legal framework designed to strengthen the privacy rights and protect the personal data of Swiss citizens. The nFADP replaces Switzerland's previous privacy legislation of 1992, providing a renewed legal foundation for data protection in the country. This article will walk...

Legal Requirements for Your Social Commerce Business - Checklist

If you currently manage or plan to launch a social commerce business, you'll need to maintain a number of legal agreements. These agreements are essential to comply with the requirements of privacy laws and best business practices. In this article, we'll examine what legal agreements your social commerce business needs, why...

EU Price Indication Directive

The EU Price Indication Directive, or PID, is a piece of EU legislation that regulates how businesses provide pricing information to EU consumers. The PID was amended under the EU Omnibus Directive to ensure transparent and standardized pricing practices within the EU, especially regarding price reduction announcements. This article delves into the...