data privacy

Ohio introduces data-privacy bill, skips private right of action

by • 2 weeks ago

Lt. Gov. Jon Husted said the legislation would provide the public tools to protect their privacy, but lawmakers skipped including a contentious clause that's stymied similar bills in other states.

Colorado Gov. Polis signs data privacy act

by • 3 weeks ago

Colorado became the third state to adopt a comprehensive data-privacy policy, following in the steps of California and Virginia.

Florida privacy bill tanks over individuals' right to sue

by • 3 months ago

Lawmakers could not agree in time whether Florida residents should be allowed to individually sue businesses for mishandling user data.

Florida House advances broad privacy bill as states weigh data protections

by • 3 months ago

The bill could be more sweeping than even California's 2018 law, but one attorney said it may be motivated by political grievances with the tech industry.

Virginia becomes second state with consumer privacy act

by • 5 months ago

The Consumer Data Protection Act is similar to California's data privacy law, though some say it should also give Virginians an individual right of enforcement.

Florida officials weigh major data privacy legislation

by • 5 months ago

A new bill would give Floridians protections similar to those offered by California's landmark 2018 data privacy law.

Privacy concerns have states taking it slow on contact tracing apps

by • 1 year ago

Some states have built contact tracing apps, but a decades-old manual process is the norm in most places as officials address widespread privacy concerns.

User privacy, data management key concerns as Houston pursues vehicle electrification

by • 1 year ago

The city is asking companies for ideas as it solves challenges of data and infrastructure on the road to an entirely electric vehicle fleet.

Digital privacy concerns will follow Sidewalk Labs to next venture, says former consultant

by • 1 year ago

Sidewalk Labs backed out of its "smart neighborhood" project in Toronto, but Ann Cavoukian said its flagrant misreading of the public's privacy concerns may continue to haunt the company.