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The balance between employee health and privacy rights is difficult to strike, especially at a time when organizations are making critical decisions based on health-related information. Collecting and sharing information is necessary but must be done with employees’ privacy in mind. Many businesses are curious to know what they can ask employees without violating any […]

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Today we’re announcing that Chrome will gradually ensure that secure (HTTPS) pages only download secure files. In a series of steps outlined below, we’ll start blocking “mixed content downloads” (non-HTTPS downloads started on secure pages). This move follows a plan we announced last year to start blocking all insecure subresources on secure pages. Insecurely-downloaded files […]

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A landmark privacy rights bill took effect Jan. 1, 2020 in California and will have broad implications for U.S. consumers and businesses. The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) mandates strict requirements for companies to notify users about how their user data will be used and monetized along with giving them straightforward tools for opting out. […]

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