Let's face it, privacy is a busy space right now. Regulations, guidelines, best practice and privacy news are constantly developing. And sometimes, quite frankly, it's hard to keep up with it all. Sure, we try to distill it down for you with our Daily Dashboard and weekly regional newsletters, but we thought it may help to distill things further for you by presenting the top-five most-read stories of the week. So here's our inaugural list for this week, going back to last Friday (to be fair to that glorious end-of-the-week day).
Perhaps it's a reflection of the flurry of privacy developments in the U.S. right now, but all five top news stories this week are U.S.-centric. No doubt, the California Consumer Privacy Act has rippled through the privacy community in the U.S. If this were April 2018, all five stories may well have been EU-centric because of the then-looming EU General Data Protection Regulation implementation.
1. Sen. Markey introduces 'Privacy Bill of Rights Act'
2. Are GDPR-compliant companies prepared for the CCPA: An IAPP FAQ, by Caitlin Fennessy, CIPP/US
3. US state comprehensive privacy law comparison, by Mitchell Noordyke, CIPP/E, CIPP/US
4. The Privacy Advisor Podcast Special Edition: Edelson on his firm's $925M privacy class-action win, by Angelique Carson, CIPP/US
5. Perspective: A milestone for privacy self-regulation, by Lou Mastria
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