Our joint Ethos Privacy and Blueprint Technologies Customer Loyalty Workshop assists stakeholders from many different disciplines in rapidly increasing the maturity of their customer loyalty programs. We accomplish this by working with you to assess the strategy, data, people, process, metrics and technology that support your program.
The Utah House passed the Utah Consumer Privacy Act (UCPA) on March 2, 2022. While the bill is not yet law, there is a strong likelihood it will be passed into law with few, if any, substantive changes to the current text. If the UCPA is passed, Utah will become the fourth state with comprehensive consumer privacy legislation in the United States.
It’s as if February knew it needed to overachieve if it wanted to keep pace with the rest of the year in privacy news. In three short weeks, the discussion surrounding the next installment of Privacy Shield has gone from ‘it's nearly official’ to the declassified report highlighting bulk collection practices of the U.S. intelligence community hitting the headlines.
In the absence of a comprehensive federal privacy law in the United States, California, Virginia, and Colorado have each enacted state-level frameworks to protect the data privacy of their residents. The California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA) and the Virginia Consumer Data Protection Act (CDPA) become effective on January 1, 2023, and the Colorado Privacy Act (CPA) on July 1, 2023.
The Federal Trade Commission in its role in enforcing the FTC Act, is the U.S.’s de facto privacy regulator. While it took a pretty big hit this spring when the Supreme Court took away its ability to seek monetary relief in deceptive practices cases, recent changes to the agency indicate that its powers and impact are likely to broaden in the near future.
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