The Internet has changed. Today, a trillion-dollar data economy is driving user data harvesting at an unprecedented scale.
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A data privacy wave is making its way across the US, washing over state legislatures and challenging the adtech industry’s mass-collection of personal data for profit. In the absence of a federal law, a state-by-state patchwork of data protection bills have begun to take shape. Three major bills have been signed into law so far and looking to the horizon, dozens more are on their way. In this blogpost, we gaze out at the rapidly changing landscape of US data privacy law to give you an overview of what’s up and down, and what’s next.
The EU’s ePrivacy Regulation to repeal and replace the 2002 ePrivacy Directive has been a long time coming. Originally scheduled to be finalized on the GDPR’s enforcement date in May 2018, it instead dragged on for years. On February 10, 2021, a finalized text was agreed upon by the EU Council that pushes the ePrivacy Regulation into a whole new phase of trialogue negations, from which a new data privacy law might emerge and take effect across the European Union. In this blogpost, we break down the ePrivacy Regulation and cookies; what the current draft means for your website, and what happens next in the long saga of the EU’s infamous ePrivacy Regulation.