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California’s landmark privacy law is Facebook’s next ‘nightmare’

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The ominous legal cloud of CCPA, which one data-security expert calls the most far-reaching law impacting California businesses, goes far beyond Facebook....

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California’s landmark privacy law is Facebook’s next ‘nightmare’

California’s landmark privacy law is Facebook’s next ‘nightmare’

The ominous legal cloud of CCPA, which one data-security expert calls the most far-reaching law impacting California businesses, goes far beyond Facebook....

California’s landmark privacy law: What it does, what has changed and what it means for investors

California’s landmark privacy law: What it does, what has changed and what it means for investors

Despite a last-minute push by Big Tech to water down the nation’s first-ever privacy law, six bills tacked onto California Consumer Privacy Act do not...

Google, Facebook Ad Models Under Fire in House Privacy Proposal

Google, Facebook Ad Models Under Fire in House Privacy Proposal

Alphabet Inc.’s Google and Facebook Inc. would face limits on the online tracking and data sharing that power their advertising businesses under a bipartisan House proposal to establish the ...

Big business is poking holes in California’s landmark privacy law

Big business is poking holes in California’s landmark privacy law

Two proposals would extend Californians’ personal data rights and set a new model for the U.S., but lawmakers have only pushed forward industry-backed bills.

California AG tells businesses like Facebook and Google how they must comply with the state’s new landmark privacy law

California AG tells businesses like Facebook and Google how they must comply with the state’s new landmark privacy law

California state attorney general Xavier Becerra outlined for the first time what companies will have to do to comply with the CCPA.

CCPA Versus the Data-powered Internet: The now-active law is a burdensome yet necessary step in data privacy

CCPA Versus the Data-powered Internet: The now-active law is a burdensome yet necessary step in data privacy

The CCPA went into effect as law and though burdensome for today’s data-powered Internet economy, it is a necessary step in restoring power and trust.

Tim Cook calls for US federal privacy law to tackle 'weaponized' personal data

Tim Cook calls for US federal privacy law to tackle 'weaponized' personal data

Apple CEO warns of ‘data industrial complex’ as Facebook and Google chiefs also voice support for regulation

California Attorney General Outlines How State Will Enforce Upcoming Privacy Law

California Attorney General Outlines How State Will Enforce Upcoming Privacy Law

California Attorney General Xavier Becerra released the draft proposed regulations on how the state will enforce the California Consumer Protection Act (CCPA) that comes into force on ...

Analysis: Facebook facing 'huge' blow if regulators force breakup of units

Analysis: Facebook facing 'huge' blow if regulators force breakup of units

There is a growing concern among lawmakers and consumers that Facebook has become too big. However, the best way to actually rein in its market dominance remains unclear.

Google, Big Tech Fail to Weaken California Data-Privacy Law (1)

Google, Big Tech Fail to Weaken California Data-Privacy Law (1)

California’s sweeping privacy law is on track to take effect in January without major revisions sought by Google Inc. and industry allies.

What Does it Mean to Be CCPA Compliant?

What Does it Mean to Be CCPA Compliant?

Although the CCPA went into effect on Jan. 1, businesses are still woefully underprepared to achieve compliance.

Facebook could address some U.S. antitrust concerns with new photo transfer tool

Facebook could address some U.S. antitrust concerns with new photo transfer tool

Facebook Inc will allow users in the United States and Canada to transfer photos and videos to a rival tech platform for the first time - a step that could assuage antitrust concerns by ...

California Consumer Privacy Act may help take back your privacy and give you more rights over your data

California Consumer Privacy Act may help take back your privacy and give you more rights over your data

The California Consumer Privacy Act of 2020 gives consumers the right to see personal data companies collect on them and stop them from selling it.