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Infutor's CCPA opt-out 'portal' is the right approach for an industry that doesn't want one

Infutor’s CCPA opt-out ‘portal’ is the right approach for an industry that doesn’t want one

Identity management company Infutor has launched a data opt-out portal to comply with the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). It’s an approach that represents something of a model for the industry (albeit an imperfect one) and one the industry is unlikely to embrace (though it should). Other data aggregators, such as Neustar and Acxiom, also …

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Pro Tip: Making images accessible to screen readers doesn’t need to be hard

Images and icons on a website can add to a visitor’s contextual experience. They serve one of three purposes: purely decorative, actionable (ex. magnifying glass on a search field), or to convey information (i.e., a chart demonstrating population growth). Using alt image tags may seem relatively simple at first glance. However, images can be highly …

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Think CCPA doesn’t apply to you? You should probably think again

The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) has many companies in the U.S. scrambling to figure out whether and how to comply when the law goes into effect on January 1. It explicitly covers for-profit companies doing business in California or with California residents. The plain language of the statute says one or more of the …

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