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The Weekly Grail

Sunday December 02 2018

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Avi Salzman of Barron’s shares how personal data has become a valuable tool for investors and the potential conflicts this could have with data privacy in Your Personal Data Is Being Used by Investors. Here’s the Potential — and the Risks

Kris Holt of Engadget discusses how Dem. Sen. Richard Blumenthal is working with Rep. Sen. Jerry Moran on a bipartisan privacy bill, who expressed hope that the draft will be ready soon in A federal privacy draft bill could arrive in early 2019

Oliver Schmidt of the IAPP reports on an early fine from the GDPR for incorrect storage of passwords by a social media company in Germany's first fine under the GDPR offers enforcement insights

Jon Porter of The Verge shares how consumer groups across seven European countries have filed GDPR complaints against Google’s location tracking in Google accused of GDPR privacy violations by seven countries

Jon Swartz and Ben Walsh of Barron’s summarize the recent events impacting Facebook and how a call for data privacy regulation has transpired as a result in Facebook Is Under Fire Again. Here’s What Could Come Next

From our Blog

Kyle Schryver details why preference management has become a driving factor of user satisfaction, and how businesses can benefit from these best practices in Need to Know Series: How Preference Management Can Drive User Satisfaction

Ignacio Zendejas, Co-founder & CTO, shares what he's learned over the past 10 years, and why he's inspired to build the DataGrail engineering team in his Employee Spotlight