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Rebecca Pollack, JD, CIPP/E, CIPP/US, Corporate & Privacy Attorney

Preparing for the CCPA Amidst Continuing Regulatory Changes

The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) is a first in U.S. state law, having captured the attention of privacy professionals across the country. Similar to the GDPR in many regards, this regulation will require organizations to reexamine the ways data is collected, used, and protected.

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On Our Radar: May 31, 2019

Another month over, and privacy concerns continue to find their way into the headlines. Privacy as a fundamental right, and data protection as a concept, have entered public awareness for good, and we see that reflected in the major news coverage of our profession, well beyond industry publications. The public is gaining a more sophisticated […]

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Have a Breach? Be Prepared to Notify the State Attorney General

Reports of data breaches fill today’s news feeds with alarming frequency. Given the inevitability of breaches—including high-profile ones—state attorneys general are taking a more active role in helping consumers deal with the repercussions of a data breach, investigate data security lapses, and enforce data breach notification laws.

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On Our Radar: March 29, 2019

As a Legal and Privacy Associate at RADAR, staying ahead of the constantly changing privacy law landscape is part and parcel with my job. These days, when it comes to privacy law, change is the only constant. I find updates from regulators, regulatory enforcement actions, and individuals exercising their private right of action of particular […]

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As CCPA Effective Date Looms, Questions Remain

Last week, myself and members of the RADAR team were able to attend the IAPP CCPA Comprehensive in Fremont, California. This day-long program focused on the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), with a special focus on the act’s scope, definitions, General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) inspiration, and areas for further clarification.

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