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The Weekly Grail

Sunday June 16 2019

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Issie Lapowsky of Wired reports on The New York Privacy Act, introduced last month by state senator Kevin Thomas, which would give residents more control over their data than in any other state in New York’s Privacy Bill is Even Bolder Than California’s

Kevin Litman-Navarro of The Pudding shares via The New York Times an analysis of 150 privacy policies and why they are so difficult for consumers to understand in We Read 150 Privacy Policies. They Were an Incomprehensible Disaster.

Édouard Bruc and Antonius Alexander Tigor discuss via The Jakarta Post “data-opolies” and why big tech may need more regulation in Big tech and data privacy: Time for antitrust’s Velvet Revolution?

Mitratech Holdings provides via JD Supra some tactical steps for preparing for the CCPA and its standards in Have You Met These 3 Crucial CCPA Compliance Challenges?

Telecompaper reports that The Swedish Data Inspection Authority is investigating Spotify's handling of customer requests under GDPR to find out what information the music streaming company hold about them in Swedish data authority probes Spotify for compliance with GDPR

Zack Whittaker of TechCrunch shares that the U.S. Customs and Border Protection has confirmed a data breach that exposed the photos of travelers and vehicles in CBP says traveler photos and license plate images stolen in data breach

From our Blog

Daniel Barber discusses preparing for the CCPA and simplifying complexity with lessons learned from our recent report on GDPR compliance preparation in Benchmarking the Cost of Compliance