Privacy

Colorado has a new data-privacy law. But how to implement it?

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Businesses and nonprofits say more clarity is needed to implement the Colorado Privacy Act, which passed last year.

Newsom signs legislation creating California 'data haven' for abortion

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California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed legislation blocking the state's tech firms from sharing data with states that have outlawed abortion.

Abortion-friendly states launch websites as others restrict access

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California Gov. Gavin Newsom is the latest state leader to announce a government website that lets visitors find abortion services.

California lawmakers approve bill creating 'data haven' for abortion

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California lawmakers seek to block the state's tech companies from sharing data with states that have outlawed abortion since the fall of Roe v. Wade.

New York State Assembly mulls ban on targeted mobile advertising in abortion clinics

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A new bill in New York State would make it illegal for mobile advertisers to target people who visit reproductive health clinics.

Cook County, Ill., officials say ICE using data brokers to purchase protected information

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Cook County officials said U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement is using data brokers like LexisNexis to gather personal information.

California AG leads call for federal data privacy 'floor, not ceiling'

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The potential creation of federal data privacy law ‘ceiling’ sparked concern among state attorneys general.

State privacy officers look for ‘blind spots’ in IT projects

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On the Priorities podcast, Washington state Chief Privacy Officer Katy Ruckle says the role helps the state’s IT agency deliver on goals, as well as protecting data.

21 states now have chief privacy officers, with more on the way

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A NASCIO report found the role of chief privacy officers has grown considerably since 2019, though many hurdles remain.

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