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India's Joint Parliamentary Committee has submitted its report on the 2019 Personal Data Protection Bill after two years of consideration, bill is likely to pass in time.
Truyo is named a strong performer in The Forrester Wave Privacy Privacy Management Software, Q4 2021.
Human error can cause issues with data subject access request responses that can lead to data incidents. With automation, you reduce the chance of error and can focus on other privacy issues.
Learn what Amazon's GDPR fine means for you and your organization.
House Bill 376, the proposed Ohio Personal Privacy Act is meant to be the next law passed that will serve as a model for other states and potential federal legislation.
The governor has passed the Colorado Privacy Act. Requirements are important for organizations to understand. Learn how the CPA passing will affect your business.
The Colorado House of Representatives voted on SB 190 and passed it over to the Senate. The Colorado Privacy act will most likely pass.
Choosing a privacy tool is incredibly important. You want to be compliant with privacy regulations and handle your data properly. Here are 4 tips to help you choose a privacy tool.
The California Privacy Protection Agency agenda was released today with clues to how quickly they'll move on CPPA enforcement.
Consumer data requests may become more prevalent as new data request technology emerges, making a data management solution imperative.
Washington State, Oklahoma, and Florida are three states that were unsuccessful in passing privacy laws during April 2021 legislative sessions.