Agencies should enforce privacy regulations only when there's evidence of harm to consumers.
The Federal Communications Commission approved its privacy proposal in March.
Critics of the regulators say they have left businesses in uncertainty.
If EU privacy watchdogs don't support the Privacy Shield, it would be a blow to the new deal.
Feds claim tech giant has ceded vital ground to Chinese government.
He said that a major attack could shift the dynamics of the debate in law enforcement's favor.
The courts will sort out this standoff, but it really should not have come to that.
The group said the new system is as easy as self-checkout counters.
The ACLU says Congress has been "asleep at the switch."
The bill would create a national commission to handle encryption and privacy concerns.
Terror attacks in France and California could lead to broader surveillance measures
VTech has acknowledged that a hacker stole data on over 6.3 million children.
The EU high court will review so-called "model clauses" that allow U.S. companies to handle...
People who had been subject to a data breach were less likely to engage in some online activities.
What happens to FCC privacy enforcement when its two crusaders move on to greener pastures?
Chairman Richard Burr is looking to release a public draft this week.
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That's a 36 percentage point increase from April 2014.
The senator wants additional details from Google about its data collection.
Even with an agreement, some fear countries could impose their own rules.
The FCC's rule-making was supposed to start last fall.
The results come even as social media sites like Facebook have been widely adopted.
These groups are merely using the confusion after the ruling to push their long-held agenda.
Enforcement action against a cable operator reinforces concerns about its new authority.