Hunton Andrews Kurth's Centre for Information Policy Leadership published a white paper outlining key privacy lessons related to COVID-19 that can be put toward a U.S. privacy framework. CIPL offered seven points, including considerations for the importance of essential data collection and the responsible use of artificial intelligence, as well as potentially abandoning the traditional interpretation of data protection. Additionally, CIPL recommended that a privacy law focus more on the data activities that occur after collection rather than the collection itself.
CIPL: Data Protection in the New Decade – Lessons from COVID-19 for a US Privacy Framework
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Web Conference: Building Trust — Charting the Path Forward for Privacy in a Post-COVID-19 World
Original broadcast date: 26 January 2021 Join us as the IAPP and EY discuss the results of this just published "2020 EY Global Privacy Survey." You’ll hear about the research outcomes and analysis conducted by both organizations in collaboration with Longitude, a Financial Times company....
Web Conference: Leveraging Location Data for Public Health and COVID-19 Response Efforts
Original broadcast date: February 9, 2021 What are reasonable expectations of privacy during a public health crisis? Should there be limits on data collection and sharing? Are people willing to sacrifice aspects of their privacy in order to save lives or allow for economic reopening? Technology co...
Web Conference: The New Normal: Managing Privacy and Contact Tracing in the COVID-19 Era
Original broadcast date: April 13, 2021 This session will examine privacy issues the COVID-19 pandemic has brought to the forefront of many privacy programs and temporary measures that have been put in place. How far should employee monitoring and contact-tracing applications be allowed to go? How...