Data Scraping And Data Privacy

Data Scraping Versus Data Privacy: Supreme Court to Decide

Most laws are a matter of trial and error. Data privacy laws are no exception to that rule. The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) in particular, has been criticized for its vague language and unrealistic expectations for enforcement–like the idea that companies can be held responsible for consumer data once it has been scraped by…
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Privacy Shield

Privacy Shield is Dead: Data Transfers Between EU and US in Question

ADCG wrote earlier this year about the uncertain future of the EU-US Privacy Shield Framework–an agreement between the United States and the European Union that governs the transfer of data between the entities. On July 16, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) made a decision that effectively struck down the EU-US Privacy…
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Data Anonymization

How to Anonymize Data

With the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) enforcement date right around the corner, lawsuits citing CCPA have already begun to emerge, and data deletion requests are piling up. Financial institutions–and other organizations–must now act immediately to comply with data privacy laws.  Of the many methods companies can use to safeguard the data in their possession,…
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Privacy Cage

Privacy Cages: The End of Data Privacy Laws? 

Evervault, a Dublin-based data privacy company has raised $16 million in its Series A funding round led by Index Ventures. This takes the total raised by the company to $19 million, giving it crucial resources to “build the API (application programming interface) for data privacy.” The company, founded by Shane Curran, has a simple manifesto:…
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