Further Reading, Other Developments, and Coming Events (22 October)

Further Reading  “A deepfake porn Telegram bot is being used to abuse thousands of women” By Matt Burgess — WIRED UK. A bot set loose on Telegram can take pictures of women and, apparently teens, too, and “takes off” their clothing, rendering a naked image of females who never took naked pictures. This seems to … Continue reading Further Reading, Other Developments, and Coming Events (22 October)

Further Reading, Other Developments, and Coming Events (6 October)

Coming Events The United States’ Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) announced that its third annual National Cybersecurity Summit “will be held virtually as a series of webinars every Wednesday for four weeks beginning September 16 and ending October 7:”October 7: Defending our DemocracyOne can register for the event here.The … Continue reading Further Reading, Other Developments, and Coming Events (6 October)

Brown’s Bill Is The Most Privacy Friendly So Far

The top Democrat on the Senate Banking Committee has released the most pro-privacy bill yet. Even though Senate Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Ranking Member Sherrod Brown (D-OH) introduced his draft privacy bill in June, the “Data Accountability and Transparency Act of 2020,” too much has been happening to take a proper look at the … Continue reading Brown’s Bill Is The Most Privacy Friendly So Far

A Washington State Privacy Bill…Rises From The Dead

One of the sponsors of a privacy bill that died earlier this year has reintroduced a modified version with new language in the hopes of passing the bill next year. Washington State Senator Reuven Carlyle (D-Seattle) has floated a new draft of privacy legislation in the hopes it will be pass after forerunner bills dying … Continue reading A Washington State Privacy Bill…Rises From The Dead

Further Reading, Other Developments, and Coming Events (22 September)

Coming Events The United States’ Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) announced that its third annual National Cybersecurity Summit “will be held virtually as a series of webinars every Wednesday for four weeks beginning September 16 and ending October 7:”September 23: Leading the Digital TransformationSeptember 30: Diversity in CybersecurityOctober 7: … Continue reading Further Reading, Other Developments, and Coming Events (22 September)

Another Federal Privacy Bill

Senate Commerce Republicans revise and release privacy bill that does not budge on main issues setting them apart from their Democratic colleagues. Last week, in advance of tomorrow’s hearing on privacy legislation, the chair and key Republicans released a revised version of draft legislation released last year to mark their position on what United States … Continue reading Another Federal Privacy Bill

Further Reading, Other Developments, and Coming Events (18 September)

Coming Events The United States’ Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) announced that its third annual National Cybersecurity Summit “will be held virtually as a series of webinars every Wednesday for four weeks beginning September 16 and ending October 7:”September 16: Key Cyber InsightsSeptember 23: Leading the Digital TransformationSeptember 30: … Continue reading Further Reading, Other Developments, and Coming Events (18 September)

Pending Legislation In U.S. Congress, Part II

Appropriations will, of course, be enacted, but when is the question. And along with bills to fund the U.S. government come policy direction. As Congress returns from an eventful summer recess, it is possible technology focused and related legislation is passed or advances towards passage before the body leaves Washington in late September. Yesterday, we … Continue reading Pending Legislation In U.S. Congress, Part II

CPRA From Another View

Let’s see how the CPRA would work from the view of a Californian. Of course, I analyzed California Ballot Proposition 24, the “California Privacy Rights Act,” at some length in a recent issue, but I think taking on the proposed rewrite of the “California Consumer Privacy Act” (AB 375) from a different angle may provide … Continue reading CPRA From Another View