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The Weekly Grail

Sunday October 06 2019

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Lauren Feiner of CNBC details how according to an economic impact assessment prepared for the state attorney general’s office, California’s new privacy law could cost companies a total of $55 billion to get in compliance



Can Sezer, Tuvan Gumrukcu, and Dominic Evans share via Reuters how Facebook has incurred another fine over a privacy breach in Turkey fines Facebook $282,000 over privacy breach


Allison Schiff of AdExchanger provides a detailed analysis for consumer course of action under the CCPA regarding opt outs in Will Most Consumers Opt Out Of Data Collection Under CCPA?


James Shreve and Luke Sosnicki of Thompson Coburn LLP report on renewed efforts by Alastair Mactaggart to increase consumer privacy in California with a new ballot initiative in California ballot initiative would further strengthen the state’s consumer privacy laws


Greg Sterling of Search Engine Land shares how a survey revealed that privacy has delivered an unexpected competitive advantage in GDPR-compliant companies outperforming peers across a wide range of metrics


From our Blog

Valerie Sui shares her experience and learnings from her first year as a software engineer at DataGrail in our latest engineering blog post