CCPA Enforcement

CCPA Enforcement Begins Today–Are You Ready?

Today is the first day the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) will be enforced by the California Attorney General.  While most compliance departments should by now know the basics of CCPA, there are many nuances to the landmark data privacy law that are covered in a new webinar hosted by ADCG with input from experts…
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Cfius

CFIUS Turns an Eye Toward Data Privacy

CFIUS Expands Its Reach Foreign investors in US businesses have a new set of data privacy regulations to comply with if they wish to avoid post-closing investigations or divestment. On February 13, the Foreign Investment Risk Review Modernization Act of 2018 (FIRRMA) took effect. This act increases the authority of the Committee on Foreign Investment…
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Data Privacy

Complying with Data Privacy Law Lends a Competitive Advantage

Data governance and data privacy compliance almost always complement each other. When organizations are compliant with data privacy and security guidelines, it is likely because an effective data governance strategy is already in place. And the opposite is oftentimes also true. At the risk of oversimplifying these broad concepts, data privacy is about identifying and…
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Zoom Class Action Law Suits

Zoom May Become New Poster Child for CCPA Enforcement

While COVID-19 has taken quite the toll on the economy, a few lucky companies have managed to rise to the top during the pandemic. Zoom, the remote video conferencing platform, has understandably soared. As companies and universities move online, a sturdy, reliable conferencing app is invaluable. But is Zoom as sturdy and reliable as it…
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Private Right Of Action Controversy

Washington State Data Privacy Bill Dies: Private Right of Action At Issue

For the second year in a row, the State of Washington has failed to pass a data privacy law. In 2019, the state proposed legislation which passed the senate with a 46-1 vote but died in the house. Senator Reuven Carlyle (D) came back in 2020 with a revised bill. As ADCG previously reported, the…
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