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Daily Dashboard | U.S. Bills Move Forward; Korea May See Bigger Fines, and RTBF Is Challenged Related reading: Notes from the IAPP Publications Editor, Oct. 19, 2018

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U.S. legislators introduced bills on student privacy and surveillance; judges granted Wyndham’s appeal and told Microsoft it must turn over data stored in Ireland, and states have new data destruction, social media, revenge porn and drone laws you should know about. In South Korea, there are plans to up the ante on punishing organizations that fail to protect consumer data, and in the UK, a House of Lords subcommittee decried the right to be forgotten in a report, while The Japan Times has called for new rules on the handling of personal information. Read about these developments and more in this week’s Privacy Tracker weekly legislative roundup. (IAPP member login required.)
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