Privacy Rights Clearinghouse was mentioned in the following recent news articles:

Tech lobbying efforts likely to shape federal data privacy legislation outcomes (9.16.19)

Cybercrime Black Markets: RDP Access Remains Cheap and Easy (9.10.19)

Don't Get Screwed Out of Your Equifax Money (9.9.19)

How Do I Protect My Privacy Online? (9.9.19)

Changing The Course Of History Means Every Month Needs To Be Cyber Security Month (9.9.19)

Data Breach Fatigue is Leaving your Consumer Base Numb to Online Privacy and Security (9.6.19)

What California’s New Data Privacy Law Means For You (9.5.19)

Check Yourself: How to Review Your LexisNexis Report and Fix Errors (8.28.19)

Uber, Lyft rejected drivers based on faulty background checks (8.27.19)

Health Data Security and the Unfortunate Choices Hospitals Must Make (8.6.19)

Steps consumers should take in the wake of the Capital One breach (8.2.19)

6 Steps Consumers Should Take After Capital One Mega-Hacking (7.30.19)

How to Stop Snail Mail From Piling Up (and Thwart Identity Thieves) (7.24.19)

Data breach fallout haunts companies long after the fact (7.24.19)

The Future of Cash (7.19.19)

Ellucian Banner Data Breach Draws Federal Concern (7.19.19)

Data Breaches and Educational Institutions (7.18.19)

How to remove your data from people-finder sites (7.16.19)

FTC and Facebook Reportedly Agree to $5 Billion Settlement After Privacy Investigation (7.12.19)

Cybersecurity incidents cost businesses $45B last year (7.9.19)

New State Law Pits Privacy Against Free Speesch, Public Records and Data Brokers (7.1.19)

A watered-down version of California’s data-privacy law is a possibility, privacy experts warn (6.28.19)

California experienced more data breaches than any other state in the past decade: report (6.20.19)

The U.S. Loses Over $1.5 Trillion in a Decade of Data Breaches (6.20.19)

How to Find the Best Customer Loyalty Programs (6.7.19)

Amadeus Traveler Data Exposed in a Thwarted Data Leak (5.23.19)

Companies Send Confusing Alerts About Data Breaches (5.19.19)

Credit Report Error? They All Matter (5.9.19)

The top six takeaways for user privacy (5.8.19)

Facebook's Privacy Practices May Get More Oversight (5.2.19)

Consumers have few legal options for protecting privacy (4.23.19)

Been hacked? Here's how to find out (4.16.19)

Equifax and FICO are getting into bed together. ‘This should keep everyone up at night’ (4.9.19)

The Need for Trust amidst the “Zero Trust” Movement (4.8.19)

Identity Theft: Act Now to Protect Yourself (4.4.19)

Hospitals with breaches spend more on ads to mitigate damage (4.1.19)

Officials: No Jacksonville residents affected in FEMA data lapse (3.25.19)

How to Find Out if Your Password Has Been Stolen (3.23.19)

These Are the Worst Corporate Hacks of All Time (3.18.19)

Here's What It's Like to Accidentally Expose the Data of 230M People (3.18.19)

Cybersecurity awareness is high, but consumer apathy may be higher (3.15.19)

Taking Names: Vermont Builds Dossier on Firms That Sell Our Data (3.13.19)

Will Facebook's New Plan Really Deliver on Privacy? (3.9.19)

How to protect yourself from a small business data breach (3.4.19)

Wicks’ Seeks “Privacy for All” to Expand Consumer Protections for Personal Information (2.27.19)

Levine hopes to strengthen California’s data breach notification law (2.22.19)

California Bill Aims to Give Privacy Law Sharper ‘Teeth’ (2.21.19)

Ask Kim: How to opt out of credit card offers (2.21.19)

A hard-luck healthcare story — and appeal for cash — that shouldn't rock your world (2.19.19)

CES 2019 Shows How Are Home Items Are Getting Smarter and Creepier (2.13.19)

Data Breach Fatigue Makes Every Day Feel Like Groundhog Day (2.1.19)

How to Opt Out of Credit Card Offers (1.31.19)

The Data Breach Next Door (1.31.19)

Database of 24 Million Mortgage, Loan Records Left Exposed Online (1.24.19)

What happens to your data when a company dies? (1.18.19)

Data Doctors: How to know if hackers have your passwords (1.18.19)

Security Posture Mixed As Feds Say ‘Shields Up’ (1.14.18)

The Technology 202 (1.8.19)

Hospitals Spend More on Advertising After Data Breaches (1.8.18)

Home items are getting smarter and creepier, like it or not (1.7.19)

Cybersecurity put under investor microscope (1.7.19)

Account management: Trading many passwords for one (1.2.19)

Thanks, Facebook! Your totally crappy year may be a boon for consumer privacy (12.20.18)

Congressional report slams Equifax for 2017 data breach (12.10.18)

How to check your medical records for dangerous errors (12.10.18)

Biggest prize in Marriott hack: Passport numbers (12.3.18)

Legislation Aims to Crack Down on Data Security Breaches (11.26.18)

Check Your Medical Records For Dangerous Errors (11.21.18)

How to avoid getting scammed amid all those sweet Black Friday deals (11.21.18)

Goodbye open-plan offices, hello couch calls: The future of being productive at work (11.19.18)

This bill includes prison for CEOs who fail to take consumer privacy seriously (11.15.18)

How 'free' Wi-Fi hotspots can track your location even when you aren't connected (11.1.18)

Proven strategies to protect your accounting firm against cybercrime (10.31.18)

Disrupt Aging: The darknet doesn’t have to spook you (10.30.18)

Data breaches show privacy rules aren't strong enough (10.18.18)

How to Handle the Google+ Data Security Bug (10.10.18)

Breaking bank security: Record theft rises to new heights (10.2.18)

Hey, Alexa, California's New IoT Law Requires Data Protections (9.28.18)

Can anyone ever really scrub their online presence? (9.25.18)

Keep your Identity Safe Online (9.17.18)

Freezing Credit Will Now Be Free. Here’s Why You Should Go for It. (9.14.18)

Wanted: Data breach risk ratings, because not all breaches are equal (9.13.18)

The Next Financial Calamity Is Coming. Here’s What to Watch. (9.12.18)

AARP: Vermont consumers unknowingly putting their digital identities at risk (9.10.18)

Health data ‘number one most hacked’: expert (9.9.18)

Update to credit file law allows consumers to freeze their credit reporting (9.7.18)

Equifax Breach a Year Later: Record Profits, Share Revival (9.7.18)

Is My Identity on the Dark Web? (9.5.18)

New Medicare Cards Are Being Issued. Here’s What You Need to Know (8.31.18)

Hey, Alexa: California Just Passed Internet of Things Bills (8.30.18)

Unseen Threats, Imminent Losses (8.28.18)

T-Mobile suffers data breach affecting 2.2 million customers (8.24.18)

Bitcoin Scammers Target Married Men (8.22.18)

As banks talk with Facebook, time to review your privacy rights (8.17.18)

Ga. university breach risks health, personal information of 417,000 (8.16.18)

Employee privacy at stake as surveillance technology evolves (8.14.18)

Why Healthcare Organizations are Most Vulnerable to Data Breaches (7.30.18)

Singapore Health Services Data Breach Exposes Info on 1.5 Million People (7.20.18)

Online shopping sites see hacking increase despite security efforts (7.19.18)

Scam alert: Phony letter threatens to reveal extramarital affair (7.18.18)

This scam assumes you're having an affair (so be careful if you really are) (7.17.18)

IBM Study: Hidden Costs of Data Breaches Increase Expenses for Businesses (7.11.18)

Taking Charge of Your Digital Identity (7.9.18)

Why (and how) bosses set up devices to ‘supervise’ (7.6.18)

How S.C. lawmakers might have access to your private information (7.3.18)

How merchant category codes can help you leverage card rewards (7.3.18)

How California's New Privacy Law Could Affect You (Even If You Don't Live There) (6.29.18)

UC San Diego Health reports data breach in patient records (6.28.18)

What to know about job hunting when you have a criminal past (6.28.18)

Data Breaches and the High Cost of Inaction: A Case for Cyber Monitoring (6.26.18)

Senzing uses entity resolution to find relationships in databases (6.20.18)

Cash app Mezu, of Cleveland, launching anonymous payment option (6.13.18)

New Law Will Let Consumers ‘Freeze' Credit Files Without Charge (6.1.18)

Email inboxes flooded with notifications of privacy policy changes (5.29.18)

What Are the Consequences of Neglecting User Security Training? (5.25.18)

Businesses really, really don't like this privacy bill, which is why you should (5.22.18)

In the Age of Data Breaches, How to Protect Yourself? (5.16.18)

Delete yourself from the Internet's people finder sites: Is it worth it? (5.4.18)

Why Are We Using Stolen Data For Credit Checks? (4.23.18)

How a Data Breach Affects the Bottom Line (4.12.18)

These Tools Help You Mislead The Algorithms That Track You On Social Media (4.10.18)

User information is becoming more public on social media (4.10.18)

Child protection coalition demands FTC probe into YouTube data collection (4.9.18)

Facebook's facial recognition violates user privacy, watchdog groups plan to tell FTC (4.5.18)

Slack updates privacy policy: Employers can read 'private' DMs without telling workers (4.5.18)

What happens when half the nation's information gets stolen? (4.4.18)

Social Media & Privacy (3.27.18)

What Are 'Data Brokers,' and Why Are They Scooping Up Information About You? (3.27.18)

Is It Even Possible To Protect Your Privacy On Facebook? (3.24.18)

Facebook scandal’s lesson: Your persona is a commodity (3.23.18)

Orbitz Hack: How to Protect Yourself After the Breach (3.20.18)

Recent Data Breaches Spark Debate Over 'Reasonable' Notification Rules (3.12.18)

Personal data of 3,000 South Carolina college scholarship recipients exposed for nearly a year (3.12.18)

Here's another reason to think twice before using your debit card (3.6.18)

When to Report a Cyberattack? For Companies, That’s Still a Dilemma (3.5.18)

Consumer Bob: Is Your Car Spying On You? (2.28.18)

6 Tips for Preventing Cyber Extortion at Health Care Organizations (2.15.18)

Two Billion Files Leaked in US Data Breaches in 2017 (2.15.18)

The US witnesses significant number of healthcare breaches in 2017 (2.13.18)

Bitcoin extortion plot targeted Churchill Downs, but prosecutors and company kept it quiet (2.9.18)

These industries are the most vulnerable to data breaches in the United States (2.7.18)

Time Running Out for ID Protection Freebie From Equifax (1.31.18)

Months after Equifax knowledge breach, we‘re nonetheless no nearer to privateness protections (1.14.18)

Three Considerations To Help You Better Secure And Control Your Data (1.8.18)

Months after Equifax data breach, we're still no closer to privacy protections (1.5.18)

How to Curb Silicon Valley Power—Even With Weak Antitrust Laws (1.5.18)

Experts caution against using digital assistants without knowing where your data goes (12.14.17)

First time dealing with credit card fraud? You got this (12.12.17)

10 Ways to Keep Holiday Hackers at Bay (12.6.17)

Uber's Concealed Cyber Breach Tests California's Public Notification Law (11.21.17)

Domestic violence victim speaks out against online data brokers (11.17.17)

Equifax: The fallout continues (11.16.17)

2 Investigators: I’ve Been Hacked (11.7.17)

It's Time to End the Social Security Number (11.3.17)

Rattled by Card Fraud? Use a Simple ‘Autopay and Everyday’ Tactic (10.29.17)

CIO Jury: Two-thirds of tech leaders can monitor employee emails (10.23.17)

Equifax hack may shake up US consumer data laws (10.20.17)

Data breaches wouldn't be a big deal if we prepared better for the inevitable (10.20.17)

Data Breaches Expose Flaws Of Using Social Security Numbers As Identifiers (10.10.17)

Professional hacker says guarding credit is easy (10.5.17)

How the Yahoo hack stacks up to previous data breaches (10.4.17)

Cybersecurity Incidents Spark the Call for Encrypted Data (10.4.17)

Former Equifax CEO to face Capitol Hill lawmakers on Tuesday (10.2.17)

Here's a way to make companies with large databases keep our info safe (9.29.17)

22 million Americans out of luck! Judge says feds immune in massive data breach (9.21.17)

Equifax credit freezes could threaten demand for consumer loans (9.19.17)

Equifax messed up. Who pays? You do (9.14.17)

The Equifax hacks are a case study in why we need better data breach laws (9.14.17)

How to prepare for the next Equifax-type data theft (9.12.17)

Equifax hack must prompt lawmakers to act (9.11.17)

Free Credit Report Guide (9.11.17)

Equifax says cyberattack may have affected 143 million customers (9.7.17)

Atlanta-based Equifax hit with massive data breach (9.7.17)

European companies must alert employees if work email is being monitored (9.5.17)

Savvy Senior: Protect your ID on Medicare cards a while longer (8.30.17)

The guy who stole my identity 15 years ago just resurfaced in my life (8.8.17)

For now, Medicare cards still pose risk of identity theft (8.2.17)

The History of Data Breaches (7.27.17)

How an online wedding registry in my name appeared out of thin air (7.25.17)

Employment background check guide for job applicants (7.25.17)

Kansas Data Breach Exposes More Than 5 Million Social Security Numbers (7.21.17)

4 seniors: Protecting yourself from identity theft (7.20.17)

How to accept job offer you rejected (7.19.17)

Developer hangs patient data out in a cloud—for two years (7.18.17)

Top Cybersecurity Trends for the First Half of 2017 (7.17.17)

Cardless ATMs are cool, but you still may get ripped off (7.13.17)

New Medicare cards debut next year (7.2.17)

California Joins Fray on Internet Service Provider Privacy (6.20.17)

Calif. Pushes Internet Privacy Rules That Trump Repealed (6.19.17)

Here's how thieves use your data after a breach (6.8.17)

Google plan to track card data outrages privacy activists (6.1.17)

New Medicare Cards Debut in 2018 (5.31.17)

Is your debit card protecting your cash? (5.30.17)

Data breaches more common than most think (5.29.17)

Chipotle says hackers stole payment card info in data breach (5.26.17)

Google is under fire for watching you while you shop even when you're not online (5.24.17)

Google now knows when its users go to the store and buy stuff (5.23.17)

Website Warning: Privacy experts say opt out Family Tree right now (5.16.17)

Cybersecurity Stocks Often Make Investors Wanna Cry -- Heard on the Street (5.15.17)

State defends response to hacking that exposed more than half a million Social Security numbers on Kansas job site (5.11.17)

Hundreds of thousands of Kansans may not know hacker accessed their information via jobs website (5.9.17)

How Consumers Can Protect Their Online Privacy Right Now (5.9.17)

Wells Fargo denies customer claim of aggressive sales tactic (5.4.17)

School’s almost out … Don’t let cybercriminals in (5.2.17)

Schools among the most sought after cyber targets: ESET report (5.2.17)

When companies get hacked, they take their privacy a lot more seriously than yours (5.2.17)

The government will fix this Medicare mistake next April (4.25.17)

Privacy Piracy Interview: Beth Givens (4.17.17 & 4.24.17)

Let there be WiFi! Life in the age of connectivity (4.21.17)

Study Confirms Conventional Wisdom: Legacy Federal IT Breeds Cybersecurity Risks (4.12.17)

Are Higher Education Information Systems Inherently Insecure? (4.10.17)

Ed Tech Strategies Publishes K–12 Cyber Incident Map (3.31.17)

Cyber Attacks a Serious and Under-reported Threat (3.18.17)

How to scrub your private data from 'people finder' sites (2.23.17)

Ransomware: To Pay or Not To Pay? (2.23.17)

Tips to protect personal information on the internet (2.23.17)

66 Ways to Protect Your Privacy Right Now (2.21.17)

How Changing User Behavior Improves Higher Ed Cybersecurity (2.13.17)

Would You Share Your Tax Data for a Deal on a Loan? (2.8.16)

Tips to Protect Your Business and Personal Privacy (2.3.17)

Identity theft, fraud cost consumers more than $16 billion (2.1.17)

The Breaches Kept Coming in 2016 (1.24.17)

Data Privacy Day: What Is It All About? (1.20.17)

Website Listing Personal Information Causes Privacy Rights Concern (1.16.17)

California college pays $28,000 ransom, in bitcoin, to cyberattackers (1.14.17)

This college just paid a $28,000 ransom, in bitcoin, to cyberattackers (1.13.17)

Could Your High-Tech Gadgets Send You to Jail? (1.12.17)

Anti-hacking company gets hacked big time (1.12.17)

Website listing personal information causes privacy rights concern (1.12.17)