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IT’S THE LAW (3/9/2021)

Oklahoma’s House of Representatives has passed a data privacy bill in an 85-11 vote. The legislation, which now moves to the state Senate, overcame industry opposition and adds pressure on the federal government to enact privacy legislation as Oklahoma joins California, Virginia, New York, Washington and other states. The four pillars of the new legislation are: right to know, right to delete, right to opt-out of collection, and an opt-in requirement beginning in 2023.  Private right of action didn’t make it through committee.

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Identify relevant regs and compliance readiness

March 9, 2021

TrustArc’s PrivacyCentral tool maps your compliance against global privacy laws With privacy regulations changing almost daily, knowing which laws apply to your company is crucial.  TrustArc has designed a new tool to deliver contextual, real-time insights to privacy teams. PrivacyCentral identifies which regulations are likely to apply to data held, and prioritize laws according to timelines, owners and KPIs.

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Two-Thirds of C-Suite Can’t Recognize Bad Data: Fivetran Report

December 6, 2021

Like the determined optimist who tells his boss the factory is on fire by reporting they’ll soon be able to update their equipment, let’s find some silver linings in a batch of gloomy surveys today, Dear Reader.  We’ll start with this Fivetran report, which finds that 85% of data leaders say their company has lost money by basing decisions on bad data, and 66% believe their C-suite can’t tell when that happens.  The bright side is there’s lots of room for improvement.

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