United States: Privacy

With a myriad of federal and state privacy laws that give protections to individuals regarding the collection and use of personal information by both the public and private sectors, the United States aims to protect particularly sensitive information. In this extract from the 2020 edition of the Global Data Review Insight Handbook, published by Global Data Review, a comprehensive analysis, and discussion of primary categories have been provided, including federal law and regulation, sectoral regulations, the financial privacy rule and how specific information should be handled. The article also ties in how specific state laws play a role in data protection and how security breaches should be handled.


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