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The IAPP develops, maintains and houses a variety of tools to help members keep up with the rapid developments in privacy and their impact on business and the profession, from global privacy legislation comparisons to enforcement trackers to directories and glossaries.

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The Growth of State Privacy Legislation

Since 2018, the IAPP has closely tracked privacy legislation developments in the U.S. at the state level. This resource, published by the IAPP Research and Insights team, shows the rapid growth of U.S. state-level privacy initiatives from 2018 through 2022 to provide historical context. Read More

Web Conference: The Privacy & Ecommerce Report: Balancing Personalization and Consumer Privacy

Original broadcast date: 22 Sept. 2022 In this web conference, panelists discuss how much data privacy matters to brand loyalty and what you can do about it, the tradeoffs consumers said they were willing to make to have control over their privacy, how women are viewing privacy controls in the wake of the Dobbs decision and the top five concerns for online privacy in eCommerce and how that translates into the top five actions your company can take today. Read More

CCPA-/CPRA-Related Legislation Tracker

There are bills pending in the California Legislature that would amend the CCPA and/or the CPRA or otherwise impact how organizations understand or approach each law. This tracker includes the bill number and a brief summary of the proposed legislation, as well as the status and last legislative action. Read More

FTC Report: Bringing Dark Patterns to Light

This report, published by the U.S. Federal Trade Commission looks at the sophistication of "dark patterns." The enhanced tactics for deceptive advertising practices include ads disguised as content, increased subscription cancellation hurdles and misleading users into handing over personal data unnecessarily. Specific to privacy, the report details instances of companies using dark patterns to steer individuals into choosing to share their data with a company. Read More