Posts Tagged ‘California Consumer Privacy Act’

Microsoft wants a US privacy law that puts the burden on tech companies

On the first anniversary of #GDPR, Microsoft calls for a similar privacy law in the US that puts the burden on the companies that collect and use sensitive data. Europe’s privacy law went into effect nearly a year ago. It’s time for the US to catch up, the tech giant says. Source: Microsoft wants a […]

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California is bringing law and order to big data. It could change the internet in the U.S.

   ⚖️ California is bringing law and order to big data ⚖️ California Expands Consumer Privacy Protections | The California Consumer Privacy Act, or CCPA, gives residents of California the ability to request the data that businesses collect on them, demand that it be deleted, and opt out of having that data sold to third parties, among other things. The state’s […]

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