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The General Data Protection Regulation and You

A cursory look at your email inbox this past month presents an intriguing trend. Multiple online services seem to have taken it upon themselves to notify changes to their Privacy Policies at the same time. 520 more words

Article: The Right to be Forgotten

This Thursday will mark the implementation of an EU new standard for handling data. According to CNN’s Richard Quest, it consists of three parts: Opt In, the Right to be Forgotten, and the Company burden. 279 more words


Lots of U.S. companies are not ready for new data protection policies

Something big happens this week.  The GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) goes into effect in Europe.  It provides strict regulations on privacy and how online companies can use consumer data.  628 more words


One week left ... GDPR is coming!

Data protection and privacy is not a new subject for the pharmaceutical industry, however the new piece of European legislation might require businesses to re-adapt the way they think about it. 476 more words

Children are the Permanent Social Media Underclass

“As Facebook turns fourteen, with Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat following closely behind, it’s a pivotal time to be thinking about children’s rights online. Over the years, parents around the world have shared posts about their children, from first steps to tantrums to hilarious moments (“Charlie bit my finger!”).

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Swedish court holds that Google can be only ordered to undertake limited delisting in right to be forgotten cases

A while ago the Swedish Data Protection Authority requested Google to delist a search query relating to an individual’s name and also that relevant search results would be delisted globally (ie for all country versions of its search engine) in respect to that individual. 166 more words

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Senate Bill Would Help Protect Your Online Privacy

We don’t hear the words “bi-partisan” as often as we used to, but Senators from both parties have come together to introduce the Social Media Privacy and Consumer Rights Act of 2018. 813 more words