LOKKER Launches First Feature to Notify Companies When Their Websites Are at Risk of Violating Privacy Laws
LOKKER, provider of online data privacy and compliance solutions for enterprises, introduces a new feature included in its Privacy Edge™ software suite. LOKKER now gives companies a solution to monitor and remediate potential web privacy and compliance violations such as HIPAA, the Video Privacy Protection Act (VPPA) and state wiretapping laws across their portfolio of websites.
LOKKER is excited to announce the launch of a new critical privacy alert feature in their Privacy Edge platform that makes it extremely easy to tell if your site is in violation of prominent privacy laws, including the VPPA and HIPAA.
This Week’s Senate Hearings on Child Online Safety Underscore Need for A Higher Standard of Care For Online Privacy
Senate hearings this week brought 5 key tech executives to Washington including Meta, Snap, Discord, X and TikTok to answer questions about harmful data collection and manipulation of children’s online experiences.
This guide provides an overview of privacy laws often cited in web tracker lawsuits. We’ve noted the laws that include a private right of action, which allows individuals to file lawsuits when they believe their privacy rights were violated.
Over 100 Video Privacy Protection Act (VPPA) cases brought for unauthorized use of web trackers. Protect your company from web tracker risks.
Tune in as Ian talks with the hosts about the technological challenges of companies really protecting their customers’ privacy, not to mention the new (and complex) privacy compliance requirements in the US.
Privacy Edge software by LOKKER can be a helpful tool to assist in the DPA process by streamlining and enhancing the assessment workflow.
In this webinar, Jeremy Barnett, Chief Commercial Officer of LOKKER, and Al Saikali, Partner and Chair of the Privacy and Data Security Practice at Shook, Hardy and Bacon, discuss the issues and risks surrounding third-party tracking and its implications for companies from both a legal and regulatory perspective.
Protecting customers’ privacy online is getting increasingly complex. Companies are trying to balance complying with a patchwork of state and industry-specific laws against website technology that, at its core, encourages sharing information with other parties. Here are five reasons the approach to website privacy today is broken and a few recommendations to fix it.
Two new state privacy laws, the Colorado Privacy Act (CPA) and the Connecticut Personal Data Privacy and Online Monitoring Act (CTDPA), both go into effect and are enforceable on July 1, while the California Privacy Acts went into effect on January 1, 2023, will be enforceable on July 1, 2023. Is your business ready for these laws?