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The Weekly Grail

Sunday July 28 2019

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Sue Poremba, privacy and security expert shares on the DataGrail blog insights from where GDPR enforcement has impacted companies most, and how trends in fines can be used to best prepare for the CCPA: in Data Privacy Enforcement Trends: Analyzing Companies' Biggest Failures

Jamie Condliffe of The New York Times reports on the state of federal privacy regulation, and other tech issues including antitrust battles and tech backlash from consumers in The Week in Tech: Huge Fines Can’t Hide America’s Lack of a Data Privacy Law

Omer Tene of The IAPP shares a perspective on the $5 billion fine the FTC issued against Facebook and why both sides may have come up short in FTC vs. Facebook, the final result is a stalemate

Melissa Quinn of The Washington Examiner details why California’s privacy regulation could be the framework for federal privacy laws in California data-privacy law may become the model for Congress

Jessica Davis of Xtelligent Media shares how a bipartisan Senate team met last week and will continue to discuss issues including data privacy, security, and technology in Senate Tech Task Force Convenes, Focused on Data Privacy Concerns

Yoni Bard and Scott Bloomberg of Foley Hoag detail the right to deletion under the CCPA including its requirements, exceptions, and more in CCPA: The (Qualified) Right to Deletion