New York lawmakers are moving ahead with their own privacy legislation to regulate how private companies handle biometric data.
Starting Dec. 8, all iOS and Mac apps will be required to print "privacy labels" telling users upfront how the apps use their information, just as food manufacturers are required to print nutritional labels on food to provide nutrition information such as calories and ingredients.
The United Kingdom’s Information Commissioner’s Office issued an enforcement notice against Experian last week, ordering the company to make “fundamental changes” to how it handles consumer data.
California voters will vote on Proposition 24, on whether to expand the groundbreaking privacy law that was passed just two yeras ago. Proposition 24, or the California Privacy Rights Act of 2020, builds on the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 which just took effect this year.
The new Global Privacy Control protocol is designed to let users tell websites not to sell their data.