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Nebraska Data Privacy Act LB 1074 Compliance Guide

Nebraska Data Privacy Act Compliance Guide 

On April 17, 2024, the Governor of Nebraska signed NE LB1074, enacting the Nebraska Data Privacy Act. This comprehensive privacy law will go into effect on January 1, 2025 and will provide …
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Donata Stroink-Skillrud

Example of a Do Not Share My Personal Information Page

Example of a “Do Not Share My Personal Information” page 

If you are a business that needs to comply with the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA), you may be aware of the requirement to have a page on your website titled “Do …
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Example of a Limit The Use of My Sensitive Personal Information Page

Example “Limit The Use Of My Sensitive Personal Information” page 

If you are a business that needs to comply with the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA), you may be aware of the requirement to have a page on your website titled “Limit …
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Example of a “Do Not Sell My Personal Information” page 

If the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA) applies to you, you may have heard of the requirement to have a website page titled “Do Not Sell My Personal Information.” This is a …
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Kentucky HB15 Compliance Guide

Kentucky HB15 Compliance Guide

On April 4, 2024, the Governor of Kentucky signed KY HB15, establishing a comprehensive privacy law for the State. This new law will provide privacy rights to residents of Kentucky, helping them …
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Google EEA Consent Mode V1

Google’s EEA consent mode (v1) implementation update – What is it and what to do next?

Have you recently received the following email from Google? Dear consent mode customer, You’re receiving this email because you have implemented consent mode (v1) on one or more of your domains and/or …
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Hans Skillrud

Examples of Privacy Policy fines

Examples of Website Privacy Policy Fines 

If you are reading this blog, you probably already know that we are passionate about website policies. If you already have a Privacy Policy or are considering getting one for your website, …
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Privacy and Data Protection News for April 2024

It has been a crazy month in privacy. Lots of stories, and several big events are coming up. So, let’s get into it! What’s new in privacy?  Below are some of the …
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Donata Stroink-Skillrud

Google Consent Mode V2 for Websites

What is Google Consent Mode V2 and why should website owners care?

To better align its products with European privacy laws (namely, the Digital Markets Act),  Google has deployed Consent Mode V2 and is requiring many of its users to set up compatibility with …
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Hans Skillrud

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Google AdSense requirements for UK businesses 

Google AdSense is an extremely popular service used by businesses to reach new customers, with approximately 58.5 million websites using AdSense across the world. In fact, approximately 80% of businesses utilize Google …
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Donata Stroink-Skillrud

NH SB 255 Compliance Guide

New Hampshire SB 255 Compliance Guide 

On March 7, 2024 the Governor of New Hampshire signed NH SB 255, adding a new privacy law that establishes an expectation of privacy when using business websites to the State’s books. …
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Do Email Marketers Need a Privacy Policy?

Do you need a Privacy Policy for email marketing?

If you run a business, chances are that you want to make more sales by keeping your customers informed about new promotions, company updates, changes to your offerings and more through email …
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