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The Weekly Grail

Tuesday September 03 2019

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The Times Editorial Board details the important protections of the CCPA and how the bill has remained intact despite strong pushback from tech companies to relax the law in Editorial: Keep California’s new privacy protections safe from tech company meddling


Rachel Marmor and Austin Smith of Davis Wright Tremaine detail challenging requirements for businesses under the CCPA and why action must be taken now in CCPA Compliance – Limited Time Offers, Act Now


Már Másson Maack of The Next Web reports on the first GDPR fine in Sweden following unapproved use of facial recognition at a school in Facial recognition in schools leads to Sweden’s first GDPR fine


Dom Nicastro of CMSWire provides a quick summary of the status of data privacy regulation in 8 states in Examining Where 8 US States Stand on Consumer Data Privacy Laws


Chris Cwalina, David Kessler, Steve Roosa, Jeewon Kim Serrato and Susan Ross of Norton Rose Fulbright advise early action to prepare for the CCPA and provide details on the most important requirements for companies in CCPA: “Wait and see” is not the right approach


James Loke Hale reports via Tubefilter that Google has agreed to pay between $150 and $200 million to settle the Federal Trade Commission’s (FTC) investigation into subsidiary YouTube’s alleged violations of a child privacy act in FTC Fines Google $150-$200 Million For YouTube’s Child Data Privacy Violations


From our Blog

Noah Ezekwugo joins DataGrail as a software engineer and shares how he is ready to contribute code across the privacy platform to empower and delight customers and users in his Employee Spotlight