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Geico data breach opens door to unemployment scams

by Sean Lyngaas

The scammers used personal information on Geico customers acquired elsewhere to access Geico’s sales system, the insurer said.

Zoom hit with class-action lawsuit for sharing user data with Facebook

by Sean Lyngaas

With its popularity surging during a health crisis, the video conferencing service hasn't done enough to protect privacy, the suit alleges.

Microsoft says it will apply California privacy law across the country

by Sean Lyngaas

As privacy-protecting legislation has stalled in Congress, California is one of a handful of states that have taken action.

It's time for Congress to act on Facebook's privacy policies. Here's how.

by Tom Kelly

In an op-ed, ID Experts CEO Tom Kelly writes that we shouldn't be fooled by Mark Zuckerberg's pivot to privacy: the time for regulation is now.

2020 Vision: California sees the future, and it looks like GDPR

by Ken Spinner

Op-ed: The California Consumer Privacy Act is set to go into effect on Jan. 1, 2020. So what can we expect moving forward?

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