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💡 California Mandates Revolutionary Browser Privacy Feature: A Game-Changer in Digital Rights

In a significant move towards enhancing digital privacy, California’s Privacy Protection Agency Board has recently approved a new legislative proposal. This proposal, aimed at aligning with the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), requires all browser vendors to integrate an opt-out preference signal into their software. This feature is designed to allow users a straightforward method to refuse the sale or sharing of their personal information with online businesses, streamlining the process of data protection across various platforms.

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EDPB Issues Urgent Decision Regarding Meta's Data Processing

The European Data Protection Board (EDPB) responded swiftly to protect data subjects’ rights, imposing a ban on Meta IE’s handling of personal data for behavioral advertising within the European Economic Area (EEA).

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California's Privacy Progress: Recap of Legislative Action 2022-23

The legislative activity in California during 2023 marked significant strides in privacy, technology, and online safety. With a firm commitment to strengthening consumer rights and digital privacy, the state has become a guiding example, signaling a direction toward a more attentive tech landscape.

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ICO Warns Top UK Websites on Cookie Compliance: Fair Choices for Users Urged

The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has raised the stakes for UK’s top websites, highlighting the need for changes in how they handle cookies to comply with data protection laws.

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EU DPAs seek proper clampdown on AdTech industry

Recent decisions on Meta’s advertising practices are shaking the core of AdTech in the EU. What started with the European Data Protection Board’s binding ruling on personalized ads is now paving the way for a profound shift in the industry.