Privacy

Opinion: Where are the promised fixes to the new privacy law?

Opinion: Where are the promised fixes to the new privacy law?

One year ago, the California Legislature passed the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), and then-Gov. Jerry Brown signed it into law. Even at passage, the legislative leadership recognized its flaws – what some observers called an “unmitigated disaster in the making” – and committed to addressing its flaws in the year before it took effect in January of 2020.

The FCC and Privacy: A Conversation with The Hon. Peter Swire

The FCC and Privacy: A Conversation with The Hon. Peter Swire

The Honorable Peter Swire served in privacy roles in the Clinton and Obama Administrations. Leading up to the filing deadline on the FCC's proposed rulemaking regarding privacy and ISPs, we spoke to Peter about a study released recently by the Institute for Information Security and Privacy at Georgia Tech.

CTC Heads to Washington

CTC Heads to Washington

Legislation surrounding tax, trade, cybersecurity, broadband, privacy, new technology, and workforce development is always changing. Participants in the annual CompTIA DC Fly-In capture opportunities to join in panel discussions with Capitol Hill staff and think tanks and a range of meetings with Congressional members and staff.