This report, published by the World Privacy Forum, offers a proposed bill updating the Privacy Act of 1974, including the history of the original Act, objectives of the redraft, as well as a section-by-section analysis of the proposed updates and the rationale behind them.
From the Filing Cabinet to the Cloud: Updating the Privacy Act of 1974
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OSHRC amends regulations implementing Privacy Act of 1974
The U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Review Commission amended the regulations implementing the Privacy Act of 1974, which immediately went into effect. The OSHRC revised 29 CFR part 2400 for the first time since 2006 to both modernize the regulations and make them easier to comprehend. The regul...
Rubio introduces ADD Act based on Privacy Act of 1974
In a column for the Hill, Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., introduces his forthcoming privacy bill, the American Data Dissemination Act. He writes, "use of your personal data is governed by antiquated laws that do not work in the modern economy." The ADD Act, he notes, "uses the Privacy Act of 1974, widely...
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Cloud Controls Matrix
The Cloud Security Alliance Cloud Controls Matrix is designed to provide fundamental security principles to guide cloud vendors and to assist prospective cloud customers in assessing the overall security risk of a cloud provider. The CSA CCM provides a controls framework that gives detailed understa...
NASCIO Report: State CIO use of the Cloud
This report, published by NASCIO, details a new study on increased interest in cloud computing in state governments, as well as state CIOs’ views on the adoption of cloud technology. Click To View (PDF) ...