California Privacy Rights Act Executive Summary

CPRA-–-An-Executive-Summary

The Office of the Privacy Commissioner published these guidelines for collecting meaningful consent and the new Bill C-11 is proposing strong enforcement of meaningful consent for using personal data of any kind – even de-identified data. But as a marketer, how do we ensure that we are collecting, storing, using, sharing and deleting meaningful consent? The proposed new law requires you to PROVE you have consent for every bit of personal data you collect, use, store and process in any way.

Google Mulling an Android Version of Apple’s New Anti-Tracking Terms

Google mulling an Android version of Apples new Anti Tracking terms

The Office of the Privacy Commissioner published these guidelines for collecting meaningful consent and the new Bill C-11 is proposing strong enforcement of meaningful consent for using personal data of any kind – even de-identified data. But as a marketer, how do we ensure that we are collecting, storing, using, sharing and deleting meaningful consent? The proposed new law requires you to PROVE you have consent for every bit of personal data you collect, use, store and process in any way.

A Marketer’s Guide to Collecting Meaningful Consent

A-marketers-guide-to-collecting-meaningful-consent

The Office of the Privacy Commissioner published these guidelines for collecting meaningful consent and the new Bill C-11 is proposing strong enforcement of meaningful consent for using personal data of any kind – even de-identified data. But as a marketer, how do we ensure that we are collecting, storing, using, sharing and deleting meaningful consent? The proposed new law requires you to PROVE you have consent for every bit of personal data you collect, use, store and process in any way.

Unpacking the proposed HIPAA Privacy Rule modifications

Unpacking-the-proposed-HIPAA-Privacy-Rule-modifications

It’s only a matter of time before the United States passes federal data privacy legislation, and it will deliver multiple benefits for consumers and businesses alike. This trend started in earnest with the passage of the California Consumer Privacy Act in 2018, and California voters added new momentum on Election Day 2020 when they approved Proposition 24, also known as the California Privacy Rights Act.