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Data Subject Access Request (DSAR) Process Enigma

As we head towards the end of the year and closer to the establishment of the California Consumer Production Act (CCPA) companies are setting up strategies to handle Data Subject Access Request (DSAR). Since DSAR compliance was attached to the General Data Protection...

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Data Subject Access Request (DSAR) Challenges

With the rise of global privacy regulations, the concept of Data Subject Access Request (DASR) is becoming a challenge for companies large and small across the globe. Found in Article 15 of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and part of the several new...

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Right to Erasure and GDPR

Here are RIVN we are always discussing the power or privacy and how we can help companies protect themselves, investors and consumers. But it is also important to make sure everyone is aware of the laws and has a clear understanding into why the deletion function is...

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New Bill Gives FTC More Power for Investigations and Fines

The recent FTC fines and microscope focused on privacy continues to create an environment for new legal processes and regulations. Recently a few senators have introduced a new bill that gives the FTC move flexibility to investigate big tech companies and levy heavy...

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Australian Consumer Privacy Rights and COPPA

Recently the Financial Review published an article that can be found here that highlights some comments from Innovation Summit regarding consumer privacy rights. Richard Wise, the CEO of WiseTech, spoke on several topics including privacy, workforce automation, and...

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Australian Customers Want Transparency on Privacy

Australia is starting to blaze a trail when it comes to consumer privacy. After the GDPR and released last year and CCPA coming up in a few months. The Australian retail ecosystem is taken notices and preparing for what is next.  The full article from Inside Retail...

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Australian Right to be Forgotten

In a recent study “sponsored by the Australian Communications Consumer Action Network (ACCAN), the researchers from UTS and Western Sydney University found there was no clear or consistent approach to the disclosure of personal data”.  This is critical on several...

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Australia Set to Police Google and Facebook

Australia is trying to learn from other countries across the globe including Europe and the US to develop a platform that will help protect their citizens privacy while monitoring big tech companies. A recent Reuters article found here highlights Australia strategy...

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