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Who needs a do not sell my personal information link under the CCPA
CCPA
Tyler Pewitt

Who needs a “do not sell my personal information” link under the CCPA?

The CCPA: California Consumer Privacy Act provides a variety of privacy controls to consumers. These privacy controls include the right to request the deletion of collected personally identifiable information (“PII”), request access to a number of disclosures pertaining to what PII the business has collected and sold, and the ability

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Nevada privacy law: sufficient nexus or connection to Nevada
Nevada privacy law
Alice Porch

Nevada privacy law: sufficient nexus or connections to Nevada

In 2017, the Nevada Privacy of Information Collected on the Internet from Consumers Act (“Nevada Privacy Law”) required operators to post a Privacy Notice. Two years later, lawmakers updated the law to require operators to provide Nevada consumers with a method to opt-out of the selling of their personal data.

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Nevada 603a definition of personal information
Nevada privacy law
Alice Porch

Nevada privacy law definition of personal information

In 2017, Nevada passed the Nevada Privacy of Information Collected on the Internet from Consumers Act (“Nevada Privacy Law”) requiring operators to post a Privacy Notice on their website or online service. In 2019, lawmakers updated the law requiring operators to provide Nevada consumers with a method to opt-out of

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Nevada 603a exemptions
Nevada privacy law
Alice Porch

A guide to Nevada privacy law exemptions

The Nevada Privacy of Information Collected on the Internet from Consumers Act (“Nevada Privacy Law”) went into effect in 2017. The Nevada Privacy Law requires operators of websites and online services to post a Privacy Notice if they collect certain personal information from Nevada consumers.   Two years later, lawmakers updated

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Transferring data outside of Australia
Australia Privacy Act 1988
Skylar Young

Transferring data outside of Australia

The Australia Privacy Act 1988 and the Australian Privacy Principles (AAPs) regulates how personal information is handled by private entities with an annual turnover of at least AU $3 million, and all Commonwealth Government agencies. The Privacy Act and the APPs will apply to any APP entity that is established

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Who does the Australia Privacy Act of 1988 apply to?
Australia Privacy Act 1988
Skylar Young

Who does the Australia Privacy Act of 1988 apply to?

The Australia Privacy Act of 1988 regulates the way in which business entities and federal government agencies must handle personal information. There are thirteen Australian Privacy Principles (APPs) enumerated in the Privacy Act. “APP entities” must comply with the Privacy Act. This article will examine who qualifies as an “APP

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GDPR: how to process data under the consent legal basis
GDPR
Donata Kalnenaite

GDPR: how to process data under the consent legal basis

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a privacy law that protects the personal data of residents of the European Union. GDPR achieves this goal by providing privacy rights to individuals, requiring certain websites to have a compliant Privacy Policy, and imposing heavy fines for failure to comply.  Perhaps one

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Complaint handling processes and requirements under the Australia Privacy Act.
Australia Privacy Act 1988
Skylar Young

Complaint handling processes and requirements under the Australia Privacy Act

The Australia Privacy Act of 1988 applies to businesses, including non-profit organizations, with an annual turnover of more than $3 million, some small businesses (including all private health service providers) and most Australian Government agencies. An organization is broadly defined under the Privacy Act. An organization can be:  An individual,

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Nevada privacy law penalties
Nevada privacy law
Alice Porch

Nevada privacy law penalties

The Nevada Privacy of Information Collected on the Internet from Consumers Act (“Nevada Privacy Law”) aims to provide protection for Nevada consumers. The Nevada Privacy Law requires operators of websites and online services to post a Privacy Notice and allow consumers to opt-out of the sale of their personal information.

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Understanding CalOPPA Privacy Policy disclosure requirements
CalOPPA
Alice Porch

Understanding CalOPPA Privacy Policy disclosure requirements

California passed the California Online Privacy Protection Act (“CalOPPA”) in 2004 and became the first in the nation to require operators of websites and mobile applications to post a Privacy Policy. In 2014, California updated the law to require a list of disclosures in a Privacy Policy. Under CalOPPA, an

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What rights does GDPR provide to consumers?
GDPR
Donata Kalnenaite

What rights does GDPR provide to consumers?

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a comprehensive privacy law designed to protect the Personally Identifiable Information (PII) of residents of the European Union (also referred to as data subjects). GDPR achieves this goal by providing certain privacy rights to data subjects, which can be found in Chapter 3.

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GDPR data processor and data controller definitions
GDPR
Donata Kalnenaite

GDPR Data Processor and Data Controller definitions

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)  is a privacy law that protects the Personally Identifiable Information (PII) of residents of the European Union. While the law has a broad application, applying to businesses in and outside of the European Union, it generally applies to Data Processors and Data Controllers.  Processors

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