Ever wondered if one car model is more trustworthy than another?

Today’s cars have their own agenda, which go well beyond just getting you from point A to B, and California is taking issue with that. In fact, the state is evolving new rules to allow you to opt-out of current default settings that enable your seemingly passive vehicle to broadcast your location to insurance companies and others (including the automaker) for the purpose of offering you ads for products and services. New rules planned to be promulgated this year under the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA) will face a tough fight from lobbyists.

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IT’S THE LAW (04/05/2022)

April 5, 2022

Increasingly, US states are proposing or enacting laws that could deprive LGBTQ individuals of gender-affirming care. This refers to procedures and treatment done to support a transgender or nonbinary person in a gender transition. The concern which was recently addressed in new guidance from the US Office for Civil Rights (OCR), is that some laws require medical providers to disclose protected health information (PHI), which is in violation of the US Health Insurance Portability Accountability Act (HIPAA).

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One-Third of Marketers Will Buy a CDP This Year: Optimove Survey

May 31, 2023

Just over one-third of marketers plan to either buy a new CDP (21%) or replace an existing one (13%) this year, according to this Optimove survey. Unfortunately, it doesn’t report how many have a CDP already in place, which would put the other values in perspective. It does seem that CDPs are a relatively low priority: they rank sixth on the list of new systems and eighth on the list of systems to replace.

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