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Privacy Laws Explained
Meet Regulatory Requirements For Compliance
California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA)
With the CCPA, transparency is key. This regulation went into effect on January 1, 2020 with a 12-month look-back requirement. Because of this, many organizations are taking measures to ensure their websites are compliant.
General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
The big name in privacy, the GDPR sets the most strict and far-reaching standards for the handling of user data. It is based on principles of consent, transparency, protection, and user control.
The e-Privacy regulation is a law currently being constructed by the EU Commission. The ePrivacy Regulation compliments the GDPR with a heavier focus on personal privacy, personal data, and confidentiality, specifically in electronic communication.
In early July 2019, the CNIL updated cookie guidelines that repealed those from Article 5.3 of the e-Privacy Directive from 2013, which imposed an obligation to obtain prior consent before placing or accessing cookies and similar technologies.
The ICO covers the following laws already enacted: Data Protection Act; General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR); Freedom of Information Act; Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulations (PECR); Environmental Information Regulations
Nevada Privacy Law (SB-220)
Nevada’s new law, SB-220, which requires website operators to honor opt-out procedures, went into effect October 1, 2019. Nevada’s Senate Bill 220, or “An Act relating to Internet privacy,” requires organizations who run websites that collect and maintain data comply with requirements set by the law.
Thailand’s Personal Data Protection Act (PDPA) was created to govern data protection and allow the people of Thailand to exercise their privacy rights. Thailand’s adoptions of this law were partly inspired by many GDPR principles and will drastically increase privacy requirements for businesses operating in Thailand.
Brazilian General Data Protection Law (LGPD)
LGPD was unanimously approved on July 10, 2018 and will become law in 2020. The LGPD carries many similarities with the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), however, it is leaner in comparison.
Building a Complete Consent Program
Cookie Consent & Website Scanning
Mobile App Scanning & Consent
Scan your mobile app and collect user consent for analytics, advertising, and other tracking technologies.
Compliance Made Easy
Tailor a branded cookie banner that gives visitors the ability to opt-in or opt-out of cookies when they visit your website.
Cookie Preference Center
Create a dynamic preference center detailing the types of cookies on your website.
Embed an automatically-updated cookie notice on your site that informs users of the types and purpose of cookies found on your site.
Records of Consent
Enable records of consent to record interactions with your banner & preference center, and interact with dashboards to monitor how your consent approach is performing.
Leverage geolocation to display unique banners and behaviors based on the website visitor’s location.
January 13, 2017
Future of EU Cookie Compliance Webinar: ...
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December 14, 2016
Draft EU ePrivacy Regulation Leaked...
A draft of the proposed legislation to replace the outdated EU ePrivacy Directive was leaked on the Politico.eu (PDF) website this week. The proposal is fo...View Article →
November 3, 2016
GDPR Compliance Means Cookie Notices Mus...
Are you one of those people that ticked the cookie law box ages ago and not thought about it since? Well the game has changed and now is the time to re-vis...View Article →