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The Weekly Grail

Sunday May 19 2019

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Cyrus Farivar and David Ingram of CNBC details how California is embarking on a new era of privacy on the internet, and the possible implications in California’s new data privacy law could change the internet in the US


The Associated Press shares with Forbes how Google has opened a center for privacy to beef up credentials of its data collection practices in Google opens German center to improve data privacy


Greg Petro of First Insight discusses rising privacy concerns for retailers and how the age of privacy has impacted the retail industry significantly in Retailers Walking A Tightrope Between Data Privacy And Personalization


Jim Halpert and Andrew Serwin share with the IAPP: The twists and turns of the CCPA class action


Howard Solomon of IT World Canada reports on praise from Canadian privacy experts and advocates over a facial recognition ban in San Francisco in Canadian privacy experts praise San Francisco ban on facial recognition software


From our Blog

Charlie Thomas shares insight into the opportunities for growth at DataGrail, specifically how engineers drive themselves and each other in Employee-Driven Learning


Misha Nikitin is thrilled to join the DG team, with its technology first approach to privacy, and will be supporting the growth of the company, sales team, and customer base as VP of Sales. Read about it in his Employee Spotlight