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The measure is known as the Consumer Data Protection Act in both chambers of the state legislature. The Senate version, sponsored by Sen. David Marsden, D-Fairfax, passed the House 89-9 on Thursday. The House version, sponsored by Del. Cliff Hayes, D-Chesapeake, is awaiting a final vote but was passed by for the day Thursday. “The […]

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In recent years, concerns about the erosion of trust and invasion of privacy have extended into nearly every interaction between customers, organizations, and devices. Lawmakers have continued to respond with new privacy and data protection laws that put pressure on the related industries. Simultaneously, the positive effects of proper privacy protection continue to become more […]

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In the past, the pursuit of privacy was an absolute, all-or-nothing game. The best way to protect our data was to lock it up with an impregnable algorithm like AES behind rock-solid firewalls guarded with redundant n-factor authentication. Lately, some are embracing the opposite approach by letting the data go free but only after it’s […]

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