Google unleashed Hummingbird, the biggest change to its search algorithm in more than a decade, about a month ago. Did you notice?
In a previous blog entry we canvassed Canadian privacy legislation and offered businesses a cursory review on how to collect, use and disclose personal information legally in the context of a business transaction.
The Regulation proposes a number of measures designed to strengthen the rights of European consumers in the telecoms and Internet access markets.
Canada and the United States are close neighbors. About 300,000 people cross the border each day, and bilateral trade amounts to about $1.6 billion in goods daily.
Late Friday, Governor Jerry Brown of California signed into law the already infamous AB 370 as well as significant amendments to California’s existing breach notification laws via SB 46 and AB 1149. These laws break new ground in the privacy legal landscape – and it will be interesting to see if other states follow suit, as they did with California’s original breach notification law.