Regulatory Fines, The Dollars are in the Details

Regulatory Fines, data privacy, GDPR, Cybersecurity framework

I was just speaking with a colleague about the news that Google has been fined the largest penalty to date for failing to comply with GDPR obligations. The penalty was around $56 million USD, but  the Marriott data breach penalty is estimated to be around $1 billion. Why such a discrepancy between the two?  That

Data Privacy is not an Illusion, but the Solution might be

We have all been exposed, if not inundated, with the fact that so much of our personal information has been systematically harvested for years. Both with and without our knowledge or consent. Combine this with a never-ending stream of data breaches that have left vast amounts of our personal lives scattered about the dark web

Along the Fault Line: CA takes on Data Privacy Rights & Silicon Valley Freaks

What’s to worry about California taking on Data Privacy Rights legislation that aims to protect the individual’s data and punish businesses that make their cash by peddling it? Well, it seems that if you Google “California GDPR”, ironically you might find results indicating that Google is none-too-happy, for one. Yes, that’s right, California has passed,