Keeping Data Secure in Thailand
New Personal Data Security Standards for Data Controllers Subject to Thailand’s Personal Data Protection Act (PDPA)
Caution - CCPA Construction Ahead
Proposed Modifications to New CCPA Regulations Released for Public Comment. CCPA is starting to remind some of never-ending road construction with all of its caution flags, detour signage, and miles of orange cones – and headaches for drivers.
The More You Know
California AG Provides Additional Information on Focus of Recent CCPA Notices of Non-compliance. The more you know now about the OAG’s current enforcement focus, the more you can do now.
Privacy by Vote
California Privacy Ballot Initiative Instructs Regulator to Issue Regulations Imposing Cybersecurity Audit and Risk Assessment Requirements
24 and Me - Proposition 24 (CCPA 2.0) on November 3rd California Ballot
Human DNA is about five feet long. You may need a longer leap to move your current CCPA compliance program to a CPRA compliance program. This posting summarizes only some of the provisions of the CPRA.
As the LGPD Turns - Brazilian Senate Rejects Postponement of Effective Date of LGPD
The LGPD also applies to organizations that intend to offer goods or services to individuals in Brazil.
New Required CCPA Reading
Final CCPA regulations were approved and effective on August 14, 2020. In a news release published with the final regulations, the AG advised that the regulations establish procedures for compliance.
More Privacy Pyramids to Climb - Egypt Adopts Personal Data Protection Law
The pyramids in Egypt were built with smooth and angled sides to symbolize the rays of the sun. The sun light is shining today on a more recent development in Egypt.
3 Tips for Working with Your Suppliers to Operationalize Australia’s Modern Slavery Act
3 Tips for Working with Your Suppliers to Operationalize Australia’s Modern Slavery Act. Most companies with national or global supply chains have implemented some form of vendor risk management program.
Ask CENTRL: Does my business need to provide a CCPA policy and notices in languages other than English?
You’ve Got Mail
California Attorney General Begins Enforcement of CCPA - Notices of Noncompliance Sent to “Swath” of Companies on July 1, 2020
Documenting CCPA Compliance
The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) permits the Attorney General (AG) to begin enforcement six months after publication of the final regulations or July 1, 2020, whichever is sooner. The July 1st date won that statutory race.
Possible Extension of CCPA Exemptions for B2B and Employee Data
The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) was amended in 2019 to add two exemptions, one for certain personal information (PI) collected from consumers in business to business (B2B) transactions...
How to Respond to Consumer Requests to "Delete My Data"
Many businesses subject to the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) had hoped that final regulations would be in place before the July 1st enforcement date of the CCPA.
Lights, Camera, Action! - California Attorney General Releases Proposed Final CCPA Regulations
There has been no lack of drama with the CCPA - from its introduction and swift passage by the state legislature in 2018 to the California Privacy Rights Act.
Top 4 Questions on the Reasonable Data Security Requirements under New York's SHIELD Act
SHIELD Act amended NY's existing data breach notification law by expanding the definitions of private information and breach of the security of the system.
Privacy in Paradise
The Data Protection Act, 2020 (DPA) was approved by the House of Representatives (Lower House of the Jamaican Parliament) on May 19, 2020.
Last Minute Move in Thailand
Effective Date of Thailand's Personal Data Protection Act has been Moved to May 2021. A Royal Decree to postpone enforcement of the substantive provisions of Thailand's PDPA by one year was approved by the Cabinet of Thailand.
Webinar - May 20, 2020 - Data Privacy Laws: is Your Business Ready to Comply?
Register for FIS' Webinar on Wednesday, May 20 at 10 AM PDT, featuring CENTRL's CEO Sanjeev Dheer & CPO Elena Lovoy
Taking the CCPA to Court
Class Action Complaint Alleges Social Networking App's Privacy Practices Violated CCPA. CCPA permits the California AG to recover a civil penalty of up to $2,500 per violation of the CCPA in enforcement actions.
California AG Reminds Consumers of Their CCPA Rights
The California Attorney General released an alert on April 10, 2020 to remind consumers of their privacy rights and provide information on how consumers can stay secure during the current pandemic.