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The Weekly Grail

Sunday August 11 2019

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Jonathan Stempel of Reuters reports on a class action suit against Facebook for illegally collecting and storing biometric data for millions of users without their consent in Facebook loses facial recognition appeal, must face privacy class action


Sara Pan of Imperva Cybersecurity Blog shares how recent fines have emphasized that privacy is an area of risk for any company in Clear Message Sent: Don’t Roll the Dice on Data Privacy Compliance


Avast shares a perspective on Security Boulevard regarding federal privacy regulation in the United States in Does The U.S. Need Its Own Privacy Law?


Asha Barbaschow of ZDNet writes on the progression of regulation and administration over data privacy in Washington in WA proposes new Privacy Commissioner and government Chief Data Officer


Nicole Lindsey of CPO Magazine details a recent challenge against Facebook’s $5 billion privacy fine by a privacy group in EPIC Privacy Group to Challenge $5 Billion FTC-Facebook Settlement


From our Blog

Dan Taylor, Technical Lead, shares why he is excited to join the DataGrail team and help advance product and technical development in his Employee Spotlight