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IAPP 2022 Global Legislative Predictions

This year’s issue of the IAPP’s Global Legislative Predictions is the largest to date since the IAPP began tracking predictions in 2017. Health data has been a center of attention in data privacy laws, another consequence of the COVID-19 pandemic. With the passage of China’s Personal Information Protection Law and potential passage of India’s Data Protection Bill, an additional one-third of the world’s population will be regulated by a data privacy law. While many countries agree data privacy is an important issue to regulate, some countries are seeing the greatest obstacle resides in how best to regulate it. Read More

US State Privacy Legislation Tracker

After the California Consumer Privacy Act passed in 2018, multiple states proposed similar legislation to protect consumers in their states. The IAPP Westin Research Center tracks proposed comprehensive state privacy bills from across the country to aid our members' efforts to stay abreast of the changing state-privacy landscape. Read More

Privacy Risk Study 2021

The US SEC requires most publicly traded companies to annually disclose in their Form 10-K submissions potential risk factors to investors. The IAPP studies these disclosures to assess not just whether companies have been disclosing personal data processing practices and privacy regulations as a risk, but also increasingly what business harms the organizations faced for getting privacy wrong. Read More