In this Privacy Tracker weekly legislative roundup, read about amendments to South Korea’s Data Protection Law including increased fines, a 24-hour notification deadline and customer compensation without verification of damages; a constitutional challenge to Canada’s PIPEDA by the Canadian Civil Liberties Association; and the U.S. house passing an NSA reform bill, with some of its original supporters are calling it “watered down” and voting against it. Meanwhile, Louisiana has a new social media privacy law, Florida has a new breach notification law and Missouri is a governor’s signature away from getting a student privacy law and a library privacy law. (IAPP member login required.)
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