Online privacy is a burgeoning area of Internet and business law. Not only do companies have to worry about federal and state laws, but local and international statutes as well.
After several online privacy gaffs, Facebook says it's changing direction to a model where content disappears after a short period. Will it work? Jump in.Read »
A hugely popular social media platform must fork over $5.7 million for violating the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act. Are you compliant?Read »
Yes, every website and app must follow online privacy laws. Click through for a short list of the must-follow regulations, plus more helpful info.Read »
Some pundits think that the General Protection Data Regulation will hamstring law enforcement agents on the hunt for crypto criminals.Read »
The General Protection Data Rule (GDPR) is now in effect. Though an EU law, most stateside websites must comply with the new online privacy statute.Read »
According to reports, Facebook seems to have moved a ton of data from the EU to California. Is it to avoid an impending online privacy law?Read »
U.S. lawmakers ratified the CLOUD Act quietly, along with the new tax code. What is it and will it have a negative effect on the cryptocurrency market.Read »