GDPR and India’s Personal Data Protection are identical in many ways but the differences between them might mean that the complying with GDPR will not necessarily make you PDP compliant.
The California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA) is the new data protection law that will replace the existing California Consumer Privacy Act, 2018.
The Thailand Personal Data Protection Act, 2019 (PDPA) is the latest among the list to be added for having a comprehensive data protection law. The Act is quite much influenced from the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
The California Consumer Privacy Act became first one of its kind in USA to have a data privacy law aimed at the protection of citizens. On June, 2018 California passed AB 375,
One of the key documentation requirements for GDPR is to maintain a Records of Processing Activity Report or GDPR Article 30 Report also known as ROPA Report.
Chapter 5 of GDPR defines the obligations to controllers and processors in case they transfer the data to countries outside European Economic Area or to an International organization.
After California, Virginia became the next state in line in the US to pass a consumer data protection act in 2021. The new law shall provide a series of rights to the individuals in Virginia and put mandates on businesses that are managing and handling
Want to know what GDPR entails? Read on to learn the 7 principles of GDPR and why they are important.
India’s first comprehensive data protection act that ensures privacy & security of Indian citizens' personal data when used by a business