Tag Archives: Privacy law


By Chris Cronin, ISO 27001 Auditor, PartnerThe ever-increasing demands from laws and regulations to protect personal information comes with confusion about what exactly our protection responsibilities are. One source of that confusion is in the use of the terms “privacy” and “security.” While “privacy” and “security” are both common terms used in laws, regulations, and security […]

California’s New “Do Not Track” Privacy Law is Weak … As Expected

If you operate a web site that accepts personal information from California residents, you may be aware that California’s amended CalOPPA law has added a “do not track” requirement this month. California’s legislators have added to the already-weak law a new, value-less clause that gives the appearance that the law does something that it does […]