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Illinois Supreme Court to hear Six Flags BIPA case
The Illinois Supreme Court will hear a case to determine whether Six Flags Entertainment violated the state's Biometric Information Privacy Act, Bloomberg Law reports. The plaintiff alleges Six Flags gathered her 14-year-old son's thumbprint without her consent when he entered the amusement park in ...
The globalization of criminal evidence
Jennifer Daskal and Peter Swire, CIPP/US and Théodore Christakis
Increasingly, evidence critical to ordinary criminal investigations is located across territorial borders. Before the rise of cloud computing, evidence of crimes generally was available within the requesting country’s territorial jurisdiction. Today, the content of emails, social network posts, and ...
Brazil joins Committee of Convention 108 as observers
The Council Of Europe announced Brazil and Gabon's Data Protection Commission have joined the Committee of Convention 108 as observers. The committee is made up of nearly 70 countries that have either pledged to implement the principles of Convention 108 or are observers whose countries and data pro...
Global News Roundup — Oct. 9–15, 2018
Emily Leach, CIPP/E, CIPP/US
In this week's Privacy Tracker global legislative roundup, read about the Egyptian Parliament's newly proposed data protection law, Spain's soon-to-be-published law addressing digital legacies, and data protection implications of the newly formed trade agreement between the United States, Mexico and...
Irish DPC to investigate Twitter's tracking practices
The Irish Data Protection Commission is investigating Twitter after privacy researcher Michael Veale filed a complaint against the platform for its refusal to fulfill an access request to obtain all the personal information held on him, Fortune reports. Specifically, Twitter refused to disclose trac...