Senator Wyden wants to jail execs who don't protect consumer data
The proposed bill would send senior executives at negligent companies to jail for 10 to 20 years.
Facebook’s confusion about its Portal camera is concerning
If execs aren't sure about how the company could use data from the device, why should we trust it?
Congress seeks more information on the Google+ data exposure
It sent the company a letter requesting additional details.
Senator calls for FTC investigation into Google+ data exposure
Richard Blumenthal said Google’s concealment of the incident was ‘intolerable.’
Trump administration suggests firmer controls on data privacy
The NTIA is seeking public comments on its consumer protection proposals.
Google discusses privacy regulation ahead of Senate hearing
Its new chief privacy officer will represent the company.
Apple and Google will testify to Senate on data privacy September 26th
Amazon, AT&T and Charter will also be present.
CCleaner promises to give users more control over data after backlash
This shouldn't have been an afterthought.
Senator suggests ways to combat misinformation and boost data privacy
Senator Mark Warner is circulating a list of policy ideas.