The CCPA: California Consumer Privacy Act, first enacted in 2018, became effective on January 1st, 2020. The law provides a variety of privacy rights to consumers, including the right to request the deletion of collected personally identifiable information (“PII”), the right to opt-out of the “sale” of PII, and the
If you own a business, you likely work with a variety of entities pursuant to delivering products and services to your customers. These partnerships may take place in a variety of contexts. For example, perhaps you employ an outside company to help create and manage your website. For customer relations
As many of us work from home, homeschool our children, and do more and more activities online as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, our society has increasingly relied on video conferencing platforms to maintain some sort of normalcy. Many entities, including churches, have turned to this technology to conduct
The Australia Privacy Act, like most privacy laws across the world, provides certain rights to consumers regarding the collection, use, and disclosure of their personal information by another entity. This article will explain what those consumer rights are so that businesses know that they need to include these rights in
Privacy laws often have varying definitions of what constitutes “personal information.”Though these laws have the common goal of protecting individual privacy by regulating the collection, transfer, and storage of information, there are often unique approaches with respect to defining the personal information to be protected under the law. Generally, privacy
Under the California Consumer Privacy Act (“CCPA”), businesses that sell personally identifiable information (“PII”) must provide a “Do Not Sell My Personal Information” link on their website. The page within the link must contain a notice of the right to opt-out of the sale of PII to third parties as
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
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.