U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown, ranking member of the U.S. Senate Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs, recently released a draft privacy bill, the Data Accountability and Transparency Act of 2020 Link to: US Senate Draft Privacy Bill Brown’s proposal would: Give Americans the power to hold corporations, big tech, and the government responsible for how they collect and protect personal data. The bill Rejects the “consent” model for privacy, and instead places strict limits on the collection, use, and sharing of Americans’ personal data. The bill contains Provide strong civil rights protections to ensure personal information is not used for discriminatory purposes Ban the use of facial…
United Arab Emirates to introduce new data protection law, a step towards a UAE data protection regime that would provide adequate level protection for the purposes of data transfers from the EU and other regulated jurisdictions.
Pres. Biden to nominate to FTC Alvaro Bedoya, Georgetown Law professor and founding director of GU’s Center on Privacy & Technology where his work has focused on surveillance technologies including facial recognition.
.@DPCIreland to fine #WhatsApp Ireland Ltd €225 million for failure to meet the #transparency requirements of #GDPR Articles 12-14. This fine increases the €30-50 million proposed in the DPC’s December draft decision. https://edpb.europa.eu/system/files/2021-09/dpc_final_decision_redacted_for_issue_to_edpb_01-09-21_en.pdf