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The Weekly Grail

Sunday May 26 2019

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Elizabeth Schulze of CNBC describes how privacy legislation has become a rare bipartisan topic on Capitol Hill, and how some states have swiftly forged ahead with their own versions of EU privacy laws in The US wants to copy Europe’s strict data privacy law – but only some of it


Lisa Vaas of Naked Security details the complaints filed against Google and how the DPC could impose large penalties on the company based on a recent probe in Google Ad Exchange in data privacy probe


Justin LoFranco of Morning Chalk Up shares CrossFit’s recent decision to deactivate all Facebook and Instagram pages indefinitely, fueled by growing data and privacy concerns with social media giant Facebook in CrossFit Shutters Facebook, Instagram Accounts Amid Data Privacy Concerns


Rita Heimes of The IAPP shares her perspective on how the GDPR has impacted countries and industries over the past year, and what may be in store for the future in GDPR one year later: Looking backward and forward


Mark Scott, Laurens Cerulus, and Steven Overly share via Politico how some large companies have avoided the fines of the GDPR, and how the law could improve to stay ahead of big tech in How Silicon Valley gamed the world's toughest privacy rules


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