July 2022 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 July 2022...
T-Mobile agrees to $350 million settlement over its massive 2021 data breach
Office of Personnel Management data breach $63M class action settlement
Private browsing may not protect you as much as you think - CNN
US Senate committee advances two children’s privacy
The Default Tech Settings You Should Turn Off Right Away
U.S. Congress may vote on the proposed American Data Privacy and Protection Act when after summer recess Sept. 6.
Facial Recognition Technology:Federal Agencies' Use and Related Privacy Protections
California's attempt to protect kids online could end adults' internet anonymity
EU lawmakers pass landmark tech rules, but enforcement a worry
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