OneTrust_PrivacyConnect_H2 ads_leaderboard_green_728x90_20180709_
BigID_ad_781_111_advanced2_071108
MediaPro_2018EyeOnPrivacyReport_728x90_061518
DPC18_Web_300x250-COPY
DPI18-Munich_Web_300x250-COPY
WC_FTI_072618
Original reporting from IAPP staff and contributed features from IAPP members.

Podcast: How do we deal with viral hate online?

Angelique Carson, CIPP/US
Anyone using the internet today is surely aware of the viral hate that displays itself everywhere, from social media platforms to newspaper comment sections to group chat forums. It is in such forums that marginalized groups face the kind of cyberbullying that surely exists on our streets but seemin...
Are there risks of using public clinical trial data under GDPR?
Khaled El Emam and Mike Hintze, CIPP/C, CIPP/E, CIPP/G, CIPP/US, CIPM, CIPT, FIP
2
A number of regulatory agencies around the world have established, or are piloting, policies and regulations for the public sharing of clinical trial documents. The European Medicines Agency has already started sharing clinical trial documents under its Policy 0070. Health Canada has published amend...
UK ICO intends to fine Facebook 500,000 GBP
Angelique Carson, CIPP/US
Following an investigation launched in 2017 over the use of political campaigns' use of data, the U.K. Information Commissioner's Office has taken several actions against various parties, including warning letters, audit notices, and a notice of intent to levy a 500,000 GBP fine against Facebook.  ...
California passes landmark privacy legislation
Sam Pfeifle
5
In a last-minute action, just a few hours before a looming deadline Thursday afternoon, the California legislature passed AB 375, the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018. As a result of its passage, Alastair Mactaggart, the man behind a November ballot initiative to pass a similar law, has agree...