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A Wish List for Revising the GDPR

Germany - January 16 2020 The GDPR has been in force for less than two years, but we are already observing its effect on data subjects, data controllers/processors, and data…

Venmo’ Money: Another Front Opens in the Data Wars

USA - January 14 2020 When I see stories about continuing data spats between banks, fintechs and other players in the payments ecosystem, I tend to muse about how the more…

What Can the Tech World Expect in 2020?

USA - January 9 2020 As we are just finishing a busy year committed, more than anything, to meeting the demands of the California Legislature, how do we expect the next…

2020 Foresight: Doing the Vacuuming

USA - January 8 2020 Pick your aphorism. Nature abhors a vacuum. Markets hate uncertainty. Fools rush in where angels fear to tread. Small is beautiful. Whichever one you…

2020 Prediction: Is now the time for regulations requiring energy efficiency in software?

USA - January 7 2020 Technology is traditionally seen as having a positive impact on the environment. Increases in remote working and better collaboration software have…

2020 Predictions for Data Businesses

USA - January 6 2020 It's a new year, a new decade, and a new experience for me writing for the HeyDataData blog. My colleagues asked for input and discussion around 2020…

Looking Ahead to 2020

USA - January 2 2020 In October, Peter and Tara wrote about the various dates and issues to navigate with the California Consumer Privacy Act {“CCPA’). In…

His Body Was a Key. What is Yours?

France, USA - December 26 2019 When Duke William X died on a pilgrimage to Spain in 1137, he entrusted his daughters to the care of French King Louis the Fat. His oldest daughter…

India’s Proposed Privacy Law Allows Government Access and Some Data Localization

India - December 19 2019 The world's largest democracy has Constitutional privacy protection, but no omnibus privacy law. The most prominent proposed privacy act looks like…

Facing Facts: Do We Sacrifice Security Out of Fear?

USA - December 17 2019 Long before the dawn of time, humans displayed physical characteristics as identification tools. Animals do the same to distinguish each other. Crows…