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California's Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 is still ramping up but already there's a 2.0 version in the works This article is sponsored by:

The Golden State's long journey to the nation's toughest data privacy law is beginning to resemble the old Eagles song where  'You can check out but you can never leave.'

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Getting it right next time, the right to privacy in a post Charlottesville world This article is sponsored by:

Privacy concerns have been at the heart of the movement for the right to be forgotten popping up in legislation worldwide. Last weekend’s events in Charlottesville, VA raise interesting questions for society and technology that many may not have considered.

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UK government formally announces new Data Protection Bill - keeping in line with EU’s GDPR This article is sponsored by:

The new Data Protection Bill aims to give citizens more control over their data, as well as introduces stricter penalties for firms that don’t comply.

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US NGOs warn that America isn't living up to its end of the Privacy Shield deal This article is sponsored by:

Privacy Shield was always lipstick on a pig. Now two leading US NGOs are suggesting it's time the European Commission fired up a big pan of bacon...

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Queen’s Speech points to government investment in digital, skills and data protection This article is sponsored by:

The government’s plans for the next parliament obviously have a strong Brexit focus, but there was also hints of digital investment in the Queen’s Speech.

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UK Election 2017 - Tories offer under-18s the Right to be Forgotten, threaten big fines for social media firms This article is sponsored by:

A Tory victory on 8th June will lead to those youthful indiscretions on Facebook and Twitter being open to erasure. But there are also plans to fine social media firms for not moving at the speed of political opportunism over extreme content.

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