February 2023 News Roundup
If you care about what's happening in the world of data privacy and data rights, you're in the right place.
Here's your monthly news roundup to keep you in-the-know with the latest data privacy news. We'll compile a list of top stories for you every month and send you news bytes that are easy to find in one place.
Here's what has happened so far in February 2023...
Data brokers sell your mental health data, including on depression, ADD/ADHD, insomnia, and bipolar disorder
Meta and its law firm are sanctioned over conduct in data privacy case that lead to $725 million settlement
If you lived in Michigan, and subscribed to The Economist, you could get up to 261 dollars from a data privacy settlement
Grocery chains use Supermarket loyalty cards to collect and sell data about you
Kentucky and Montana moving forward with State Data Privacy Bills
Report on other States and their data privacy bills
US Marshals Service suffers “major” security breach
Illinois Supreme Court weighs in on Biometric Privacy Statute
Americans Flunked This Test on Online Privacy
Chick-Fil-A Hit With Class-Action Privacy Lawsuit Over Video Data Collection
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