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Original reporting from IAPP staff and contributed features from IAPP members.

Privacy, trust and My Health Record

Bernard Robertson-Dunn
Dr. Bernard Robertson-Dunn is an electronic and automation engineer, has a Ph.D. in modeling the electrical activity in the human small intestine, and has had more than 40 years modeling, architecting and designing large scale information systems, mostly in government environments. These include the...
The shutdown's impact on government privacy work
Angelique Carson, CIPP/US
While the partial shutdown of the government continues to have significant implications for agencies like the U.S. Transportation Security Administration, with travelers holding their shoes struggling to navigate the nation's airports among desperately long lines, the shutdown's impact on less visib...
New year, new options for IAPP certification testing
Molly Hulefeld
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If your New Year’s resolution includes adding an IAPP certification to your title, it may be welcome news that scheduling an exam is about to get easier. The reason? The IAPP has switched testing providers and, as a result, those looking to test their privacy knowledge in 2019 will have significantl...
The top 10 IAPP web cons of 2018
Sam Pfeifle
Fifty! The big 5-oh. With a recording happening this very day, that's how many web conferences the IAPP has put together in 2018, all under the watchful eye of IAPP Knowledge Manager Dave Cohen, CIPP/E, CIPP/US. And you seemed eager to attend or access just about every one of them. In total, we're e...
Will the GDPR incite sectoral codes of conduct?
Jennifer Baker
The EU General Data Protection Regulation has given a new impetus to codes of conduct. According to Article 40, “Associations and representative bodies may prepare codes for approval, registration and publication by a supervisory authority, or where processing activities take place across member sta...