Tags: California

BIGtoken’s Weekly Data Privacy Roundup

This Monday, Virginia state lawmakers advanced the Senate bill that would provide a basic level of comprehensive data protection to its citizens, which officially passed later on Friday. While the Calhoun v. Google court hearing took place on Thursday to further discuss the issue of online data recognized as personal property under California law.  “Virginia […]

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Why the CCPA Doesn’t Go Far Enough

For the uninitiated, the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) is the state’s newly passed data privacy legislation. The legislation is the first of its kind in the United States, and it’s certainly a massive step forward. It gives Californians an unprecedented amount of control over how businesses use their personal data. To summarize quickly, the […]

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