US Wants Back Doors for Encrypted Media

US Attorney General Calls for Encryption Back Doors

US Attorney general, William Barr, recently addressed the ever-controversial topic of encryption art the International Conference on Cyber Security at Fordham University. While encryption has grown in use since the creation of the internet and other electronic devices, governments worldwide … Continue Reading

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Australian Anti-Encryption Laws Affect Data Privacy Globally

Australia’s new anti-encryption laws have been in place for less than a year, but have already begun to negatively affect the data privacy of technology companies worldwide. The bill, known as the Telecommunications Assistance and Access Bill, essentially gives law … Continue Reading

British Airways GDPR fine for data breach

British Airways Data Breach Costs Company Over $200 million

Authorities are taking cyber security seriously by issuing the largest fine for a data breach since the inception of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). British Airways suffered a breach a year ago and has now been hit with a … Continue Reading

House lifts ban on unique patient identifiers

US House of Reps Votes to Lift Ban on Patient Identifiers

The House of Representatives recently voted to lift a 20-year ban on the development of unique patient identifiers. Healthcare providers and IT groups have been urging the House to overturn the ban in order to offer better patient care, but … Continue Reading

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Employee Privacy in the Workplace Leads to Trust

With technology constantly changing, there are more ways than ever for an employer to monitor an employee’s performance. Many employees feel their privacy is being breached, decreasing their ability to trust the companies for which they work. The happy medium … Continue Reading

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What GDPR and CCPA Mean for Nationwide Data Privacy

The state of California took a stand by implementing the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) going into effect in January 2020. As the data protection laws become more popular nationwide, it’s important for the United States to be aware of … Continue Reading

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California Officials Create Bill to Strengthen Data Breach Notification Law

With data breaches occurring more frequently throughout the United States, many have pushed for the government to have better data protection laws. California is taking a step in the right direction by proposing a bill that would enhance data breach … Continue Reading

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U.S. Data Protection Movement Gains Support from GAO

GAO Backs Senators in the Push for Data Protection in the U.S. After the European Union (EU) created its General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), Senators and agencies alike have pressured the United States government to adopt their own internet privacy … Continue Reading