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Daily Dashboard | Anti-Surveillance Law Passed; "50-State Notification" Proposed Related reading: Notes from the IAPP Canada Managing Director, November 24, 2017


In this week’s Privacy Tracker weekly legislative roundup, read about court cases in both India and the U.S. that may affect notification and consent pertaining to recording individuals; Zimbabwe’s review of its privacy law in light of its new constitutional guarantee to the right to access of information; Indiana’s governor’s signing of a law limiting law enforcement access to cellphone data, and Minnesota legislators proposing a breach notification law that would effectively amount to a 50-state notification requirement for companies doing business in that state. Also, the Colorado Senate cleared a bill that would add “electronic data” to items protected from warrantless search and seizure, an issue the Supreme Court discussed early last week, shortly before the White House released its Big Data report calling for legislative action. (IAPP member login required.)
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