Privacy law alerts

Privacy laws are being introduced weekly in cities, states and countries across the globe. 

It's a luxury to afford teams of attorneys monitoring the relevant legislation. Or, it was. As part of Osano's platform, a dedicated team of attornies are at the ready to help you stay on top of legislative developments. 

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Privacy Law Alerts

Be Informed and Feel Powerful

Knowing about new laws is the only way to prepare your company to comply with them. Avoid being surprised or having no time to get compliant with privacy law alerts.

Privacy Law Alerts

Which Laws

With nearly constant introductions and passage of privacy laws, it's untenable for a business to stay on top of which laws are coming, which they need to follow, and whether it applies to their particular business. Osano alerts you when new privacy laws are introduced or passed, putting you in the know and ahead of the competition.

What It Means

The GDPR is 261 pages long,  not unusual for a privacy law. Distilling the real world impact of laws into non-legal speak is important if you plan to make business decisions around those laws. Osano summarizes changes in plain language so you don't need to hire an attorney to study every privacy bill that is introduced.

Take Action

Nine states have updated their breach notification requirements for 2019 and 2020. California's CCPA law has specific requirements around disclosure and consent. Understanding exactly what it means for you and what action you need to take is critical. Osano provides you with clear, actionable advice that you can depend on.

Your competition is already watching for new laws.

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There is no category of legislation that has more attention right now than data privacy. Ensuring fair play and creating regulations for data collection and transfers is top of mind for many lawmakers.

If your competition is watching the laws and already preparing to comply with upcoming laws, then you are behind schedule.

Don't take a chance of being uninformed. The legal principle of "ignorantia juris non excusat" which means "Ignorance is not an excuse" is held up daily by courts.

Being unaware of new laws does not serve as an excuse for avoiding them. Take ownership of monitoring new laws and avoid being caught by surprise with Osano.

What's New at Osano

Chinese banner update

China passed a privacy law recently. The Personal Information Protection Law comes into effect in Nov.1 , 2021. It requires changes for obtaining consent from users for tracking, analytics, personalization and marketing. 

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AI-powered Data Discovery, "No Fines, No Penalties" Pledge, $11M in funding

Today Osano is launching our AI-powered Data Discovery feature and introducing an industry-first "No Fines, No Penalties" Pledge. In addition, we're announcing $11 million in new funding. 

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Global Privacy Control

Osano's Consent Management platform now understands and communicates Global Privacy Control signals.

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French banner consent configuration

In October 2020, the French Data Protection Authority changed its rules on cookies. This feature provides a consent-banner configuration that applies to French users and complies with the DPA's rules. 

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Nissenbaum Release

The Nissenbaum release includes "Text Customization for Consent Manager." Customers can now customize the language within your cookie pop-up. 

Release also includes "Upload Documents" for vendor monitoring.