Australian Consumer Privacy Rights and COPPA

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Australian Consumer Privacy Rights and COPPA

Recently the Financial Review published an article which can be found here that highlights some comments from Innovation Summit regarding consumer privacy rights. Richard Wise, the CEO of WiseTech, spoke on several topics including privacy, workforce automation and specifically child privacy rights. Credit: Peter Braig Here are some key excerpts from Wise’s comments: “I think

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Australian Customers Want Transparency on Privacy

Australia is starting to blaze a trail when it comes to consumer privacy. After the GDPR and released last year and CCPA coming up in a few months. The Australian retail ecosystem is taken notices and preparing for what is next.  The full article from Inside Retail can be found here. Credit: https://www.insideretail.com.au Here are

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Australian Right to be Forgotten

In a recent study “sponsored by the Australian Communications Consumer Action Network (ACCAN), the researchers from UTS and Western Sydney University found there was no clear or consistent approach to the disclosure of personal data”.  This is critical on several levels. First, no standardization is in place today. Second, it shows the government is actively

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Australia Set to Police Google and Facebook

Australia is trying to learn from other countries across the globe including Europe and the US to develop a platform that will help protect their citizens privacy while monitoring big tech companies. A recent Reuters article found here highlights Australia strategy including establishing the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) which would be “…the antitrust

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Detailed Rights Comparison of CCPA vs GDPR

Global companies are still trying to meet the standards of General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), they are now being faced with California’s new privacy law known as California Consumer Protection Act (CCPA) which will begin enforcement January 1, 2020.  Kramer Levin published an article highlighting the comparison between the new privacy laws which can be

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Data Sovereignty

In the ever changing world of power and currencies data is becoming the most valuable asset for companies. We are seeing a shift in value from companies from managed materials like gold and oil. Now technology companies lead the globe in revenue creation. Data sovereignty could be the next big thing in martech! The full

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What is Brazilian General Data Protection Law (LDPG)

While published in 2018 the new Brazilian General Data Protection Law (LDPG) will go into effect in around February 2020. This law is Brazil’s attempt to streamline several privacy laws for personal data in the private and public sector including online/offline data. Brazil already has a number of privacy laws in place, but not a

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New Day a New Law (LDPG)

As the global privacy trend continues to spread throughout the world companies can no longer say, “that law doesn’t apply to me.” Because soon enough a new law will. A law that does not get as much attention as GDPR and CCPA is LDPG. This is the Brazilian General Data Protection Law (LDPG) which will

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US Privacy Standards

The world of privacy continues to change and with regulations such the GDPR and CCPA setting new standards. The US is specifically challenged to create standard regulations as every state has the ability to create laws specifically for their citizens. One feature in common with the new regulations is offering consumers the right to delete

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CCPA Data Challenges

Data is the bloodline the fuel almost all aspects of the internet today.  Marketers, operations and legal teams all need to have solid data to rely on to make sound business decisions.  With the new regulations coming including California’s Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). In a recent article by Hogan Lovells found here highlights the impact

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