Top News: CPPA board pushes CPRA rulemaking process forward, Danish DPA expands on ‘Data Controller’


CPRA rulemaking reaches ‘an incredible milestone’ – says CPPA

Executive Director Ashkan Soltani was authorized by the California Privacy Protection Agency board in a unanimous vote on June 8thto begin the California Privacy Rights Act rulemaking process. The initial July 1st statutory deadline to adopt regulations will most likely be missed, as the agency previously stated, however, whether the deadline and the subsequent enforcement will be extended has not been touched upon. Read more

Danish DPA focuses on the data breach notifications

The Danish DPA is currently initiating investigations to ascertain whether the data breach notification letters issued by data controllers in case of such an event meet the requirements laid down under Article 34(2) of the GDPR. This includes clear, understandable language, the necessary information about the breach, the consequences of the same and so forth. Read more

White House to increase data collection in a ‘privacy preserving’ manner

In light of new technologies, procedures and regulations, the Biden Administration is