• Data Protection

    [The New York Times] Intel-Drafted U.S. Data Privacy Bill Would Protect Firms From Fines / [뉴욕 타임즈] 인텔이 제정한 미국 데이터 보호 법안이 기업들을 벌금에서 보호할 것이다 관리자 2018년 11월 29일


    Intel Corp wants to enact data privacy bill that would shield companies from fines if they attest to the U.S. Federal Trade Commission annually that they take strong measures to protect consumer data. According to EU GDPR, Breaking privacy laws in Europe can now result in fines of up to 4 percent of a firm's global revenue. But Intel Proposal caps fine at $1 billion and also does not have a provision requiring companies to notify victims of data breaches.

    source: https://www.nytimes.com/reuters/2018/11/06/us/06reuters-intel-privacy.html

    이전글 [The New York Times] U.S. Justice Dept Meeting With State Officials Focuses on Data Privacy / [뉴욕 타임즈] 데이터 개인 정보 보호에 중점을 둔 미국 법무부 관계자와의 회의
    다음글 2. [The Guardian] The Guardian view on privacy: a fundamental human: a fundamental human right / [가디언] 프라이버시에 대한 가디언의 시각: 근본적 인권