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Massachusetts to Ban Facial Recognition Technology by Law Enforcement

Massachusetts Considers the First State-Wide Ban on the Use of Facial Recognition Technology by Law Enforcement

The Massachusetts Senate is set to vote on a bill that, if approved, would ban law enforcement use of facial recognition technology. Specifically, an omnibus police reform bill (S. 2800) ...
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California Is Extending the CCPA Exemptions for Employee and Business-to-Business Data

California Is Moving Closer to Extending the CCPA Exemptions for Employee and Business-to-Business Data

By the virtue of amendments enacted in October of 2019, the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) currently exempts employee and business-to-business information from most of the Act’s requirements. However, these ...
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New Federal Proposal to Access Encrypted Devices and Data

New Federal Proposal Would Allow Law Enforcement to Access Encrypted Devices and Data

On June 23, 2020, the Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham and U.S. Senators Tom Cotton and Marsha Blackburn introduced a Lawful Access to Encrypted Data Act, a bill that ...
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California Enforcement of CCPA

The CCPA Enforcement is Here While the Regulations Are Still under Review

On July 1, 2020, the California Attorney General has begun enforcement of the California Consumer Privacy Act which became effective on January 1. In a statement published on the Attorney ...
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California Privacy Rights Act

The California Privacy Rights Act Qualifies for the November Ballot

It’s (almost) official. On June 24, 2020, the Office of the California Secretary of State reported that Alastair Mactaggart, the proponent of the California Privacy Rights Act ballot initiative has ...
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French Court and Data Protection Authority

The French Court Rules that the Country’s Data Protection Authority Does Not Have the Right to Ban Cookie Walls

On June 19, 2020, the France’s highest administrative court ruled that the country’s data protection authority does not have the right to ban cookie walls. Cookie walls are scripts that ...
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