Mac Macmillan and Charlie Hawes explore how effectively (or not) the USA protects the data privacy of its citizens despite a “smorgasbord of privacy legislations” compared to Europe and how the tables are turned when it comes to children’s data.
Listen to learn more on the HIPAA, CCPA, the Safe Data Act and the (exciting!) prospect of a US national law.
We’ll also compare the American Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) to the European GDPR in protecting the data rights of younger users and consumers. Is there still a gap to be filled by the legislators?
Read our Data Protection Top 10 publication.
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