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Data protection and no-deal Brexit for small businesses and organisations

The ICO has released a series of guidance and some resources to help businesses and organisations better prepare for data protection compliance after a no-deal Brexit.

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Privacy attacks on AI models

The ICO's Research Fellow in Artificial Intelligence (AI), Reuben Binns, and their Principal Technology Adviser, Andrew Paterson, discusses new security risks associated with AI, whereby the personal data of the people who the system was trained on might be revealed by the system itself.

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California’s Consumer Privacy Act Amendment Process Nears the Finish Line

The enactment of the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) has been a marathon process, with numerous groups trying to amend the law in various ways before it goes into effect January 1, 2020. Do not miss the reports from the Privacyrules US experts of Frost Brown Todd!

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Facebook's cryptocurrency project to pursue payments license in Switzerland

The Libra Association said has asked the Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority (FINMA) to offer more insight into how the coin – called the "Libra" – will be regulated by the country's government.

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Morocco deliberates on a moratorium on facial recognition

The CNDP (National Commission for the Control of Personal Data Protection) is undergoing discussions for the establishment of standards defining the use of facial recognition technology in respect of the privacy of individuals.The CNDP has agreed on the need to regulate and strictly control the use of this technology.

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