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The Weekly Grail

Sunday March 17 2019

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Michael LaForgia, Matthew Rosenberg and Gabriel J.X. Dance of The New York Times report on the continuation of investigations into Facebook's partnerships with hundreds of companies regarding consumer data sharing in Facebook’s Data Deals Are Under Criminal Investigation

Gabriela Zanfir-Fortuna of The Future of Privacy Forum details why the GDPR puts legal obligations on businesses to protect users data and inform users of their privacy in 10 reasons why the GDPR is the opposite of a ‘notice and consent’ type of law

Bob Violino , contributing writer at ZDNet, outlines a future for data privacy regulation, suggesting that businesses that emphasize privacy now will benefit later in Get ready for more data privacy regulations

Annie Allison, Philip J. Bezanson, and Lucy Tyson of Bracewell LLP share how Washington State could be next for sweeping data privacy regulation similar to Europe in Somebody's Watching EU: Washington State Senate Passes Privacy Legislation Similar to European Union's Data Privacy Regulations

Reinhardt Krause of Investor’s Business Daily details where Congress and big tech stand on federal privacy regulation in Google, Facebook Eye U.S. Senate Push For Data Privacy Legislation

From our Blog

Sadhna Kumar shares how she is excited to help provide customers with present and future privacy solutions as a part of the customer success team at DataGrail in her Employee Spotlight.

Sue Poremba shares how data privacy made its way into many of the sessions, keynote addresses, and general conversations at RSA Conference 2019 in The Future of Data Protection and Other RSA Observations