Informational injury means harms that consumers may suffer from security and data privacy incidents, according to Federal Trade Commission (FTC) Chair Maureen Ohlhausen.
A regulation that could severely curtail online behavioral tracking, and audience measurement and analytics is winding through the European Union (EU) legislative process.
New sessions will outline the many operational implications and requirements of the pending EU general data protection regulation
With the rise of data analytics to be an essential aspect of corporate America, the growth of Big Data to incorporate machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI) has left policymakers even more flummoxed.
The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is coming - it will be enforceable in less than a year (May, 2018)!
“Our mission is to prevent meaningful consumer harm, not to redesign the economy as we see fit,” FTC chair says.
“Plaintiffs’ attorneys are engineering a staggering expansion of liability in the areas of privacy and data security,” according to a new report from the Institute for Legal Reform.