California lawmakers sidetrack CCPA amendments sought by privacy advocates; but advance amendments to ease restrictions on “de-identified” aggregate data; and allow charging non-sharing users

In Sacramento, the California Legislature has until the end of September to advance or kill a series of amendments to the California Consumer Privacy Act, before it becomes effective on Jan. 1, 2020.  One pending proposal important to publishers could permit charging...

GDPR and ITEGA

LINK: Running references to GDPR resources  Has the GDPR law actually gotten European news outlets to cut down on rampant third-party cookies and content on their sites? It seems so  | Nieman Lab | Aug. 15, 2018 “Understanding GDPR” — a Swiss tech...