CCPA

Tough new privacy legislation and employment laws which regulate gig economy workers have come into effect in California.  The two new state laws are relevant to the wider digital ecosystem because — as the largest economy in the US — California’s laws often become the de facto rules for companies

CMOs need to reassess their data collection practices and keep an eye on regulators’ growing appetite for enforcing strict new privacy rules, according to new global research from Accenture Interactive Accenture Interactive’s 2019 Consumer Pulse Survey: See People, Not Patterns, surveyed over 8,000 consumers globally and found nearly 30 per

If you’ve been following the details of the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), you probably know that the California State Legislature amended the definition of “personal data” to add the word “reasonably” in front of the word “capable” in the phrase “information that identifies, relates to, describes, [and] is capable

A group of CEOs from some of America’s largest companies have asked lawmakers to pass a nationwide consumer data privacy law as soon as possible. An open letter, signed by 51 CEOs from the Business Roundtable, is calling for Congress to agree on a “well-understood legal and regulatory framework” that

Legislators around the world want to give consumers more control over their data and personal information in the digital age. Already the effects of Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) are being felt by businesses worldwide. Yet the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), a forthcoming privacy law from the home

Faced with the prospect of major fines and reputational damage, an increasingly fragmented landscape of privacy regulation is putting senior executives on edge. Concerns about rapidly accelerating privacy laws and their associated regulatory burdens was identified as the top emerging risk that organisations face globally, according to Gartner’s latest emerging