Too complicate to be ever grasped by the average consumer.
New change in California:
- renewal shall request an affirmative request;
- the seller company must ensure the customer’s acknowledgement;
- A cancellation method must be provided; and
- consumers must be informed of this change.
A friendly reminder from the Netherlands on that your e-mail and messenger conversations may not be as private as you thought.
On 1 Jan 2020 this new law will enter into force in California to emulate the EU GDPR.
Uncertainty reigns and among the top dilemmas are “do these policies cover administrative fines too?”
Tech giants, such as Facebook, Google and Microsoft are allegedly deceiving consumers by asking them to share more personal data while giving them the illusion that this is safe, as well as hiding privacy-friendly options and offering take-it-or-leave-it choices.
Millions of customers’ data involved in a breach revealed on Tuesday.
Facebook obtains a patent for an app that activates a mobile phone’s mic and records without need for local input.
Facebook claims it’s never going to use it.
UK: despite D&O policies potential to offsets damages, claims are on the rise for those entities not relying on a robust big-corporation framework.
Hogan Lovells issued a new edition to cover the basic aspects of the newly-enacted EU GDPR.