The current state of privacy laws in the USA 2020: what you need to know

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After the introduction of the CCPA in 2018 a whole slew of states got on board the data privacy bandwagon, and it looked like there was real momentum in the direction of increased rights for citizens over their own data.  By the middle of 2019 more than a dozen states had introduced some kind of privacy bill, either from scratch or as an amendment to existing privacy laws.

So how has that turned out?

Well, if you’re an advocate for increased user ...

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Isn’t it time we talk seriously about a nation-wide Privacy Act?

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Would you be surprised if someone told you that they felt even less secure online today, compared to five years ago? 

All we hear about are big companies screwing up and losing user data

Nah. Me neither. As reports Mitchell Noordyke from iapp, “state level momentum for comprehensive privacy bills is at an all time high. 

One of the hot topics now is whether the United States, Like the EU, ...

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