US Lawmakers Eye Apple, Alphabet Data Privacy Practices
By Richard Adhikari, E-COMMERCE TIMES
July 11, 2018
The United States House of Representatives Committee on Energy and Commerce has written Alphabet CEO Larry Page and Apple CEO Tim Cook demanding information on their companies' practices with regard to third-party access, audio and location data collection.
Bill Allowing National Testing for Autonomous Vehicle Testing Remains Stalled
Foreign competitors are gaining on U.S. in the arena.
By Michael Strong, THE DETROIT BUREAU
July 9, 2018
New California Law Paves Way for Congressional Action on Data Privacy
Sacramento’s abrupt passage of an aggressive data-privacy bill may push Silicon Valley to turn to Washington for salvation.
By Brendan Bordelon, NATIONAL JOURNAL
July 4, 2018
Tech Mobilizes Against California Privacy Law
By Harper Neidig, THE HILL
July 1, 2018
The tech industry is mobilizing against a new California privacy law, likely the toughest in the country.
California Lawmakers Pass Bill Stopping Companies Like Facebook From Selling User Data Without Consent
By Dell Cameron, GIZMODO
June 28, 2018
The California legislature just passed one of the most robust data privacy bills in the United States.
Facebook and Google Accused Of Using ‘Dark Patterns’ To Manipulate Users
By Matt Binder, MASHABLE
June 28, 2018
Are Google and Facebook misleading European users into sharing more of their personal data than they think?