Using Drones to Fight Covid19

. The global outbreak of Covid19 introduces opportunities for novel uses of UAS in support of people in need. At the same time, they may pose risks to human rights if not controlled properly.

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Part I of the proposed CCPA regulations review – The multiple notices.

15 Question Marks – The Proposed CCPA Regulations – Part I
The CCPA is the next big thing in terms of privacy regulation, with a global reach and impact. The California Attorney General (AG) has released new regulations, as part of a proposed rulemaking process to create procedures for facilitating consumers’ CCPA rights. The proposed regulations raise question marks and challenges

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Update on Cookie Guidance – Cookie Policies and Updated Banners

The UK Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO), has recently published updated guidance on the use of cookies and similar technologies.
The regulators have made it clear that they will now actively enforce the new standards for cookies and similar tracking technologies, based on notice and consent requirements under the GDPR and local laws. Other EU regulators will likely follow suit.

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Anti Porn -Bill

Concerns over the Israel “Anti-Porn Bill” Another battle over the regulation of online content causes great concerns. Dan Or-Hof joined

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e-Privacy Regulation

e-Privacy Regulation- EU Targets the Targeted Advertising November 12, 2017 Dan Or-Hof have just returned from the IAPP annual data protection

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