The European Commission published a press release requesting public comments on the Digital Services Act. Comments can be submitted until 16th March 2023.
The European Data Protection Board released a document on data subject access rights titled ‘One-Stop-Shop case digest on right to object and right to erasure’.
European Parliament’s Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs issued a draft opinion urging the European Commission to not adopt the protection afforded by the proposed EU-U.S. Data Privacy Framework.
UK’s First-Tier Tribunal (Information Rights) ruled on the ICO’s decision which required Experian Limited to change how it handles people’s personal data.
British Columbia’s data watchdog published a mandatory breach reporting and privacy management program requirements for public bodies.
Hawaii’s Senate Bill 974 relating to Consumer Data Protection was passed with amendments at second reading by the Commerce and Consumer Protection Committee.
Florida’s Governor announced a proposal to create a Digital Bill of Rights that focuses on protecting Floridians’ privacy, protecting minors from online harm, and eliminating unfair censorship.
INDIA AND ASIA PACIFIC
The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India announced its plan to launch a digital consent authorization platform. Reports Economic Times
Supreme Court of India held that children have a right to protect their genetic information and family courts adjudicating between warring parents to order DNA tests only as a last resort. Reports The Hindu
The Attorney General of Australia, announced that the Australian Government has issued the report of the AG Department’s review of the Privacy Act 1988.
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