Roundup: Africa, Australia, Canada, US and more

(Mar 8, 2021) In this week's global legislative roundup, IAPP Westin Research Fellow Sarah Rippy broke down Virginia's Consumer Data Protection Act signed into law March 2... Read More

Assessing the benefits of a well-constructed ROPA program

(Mar 8, 2021) Among the range of compliance obligations that the EU General Data Protection Regulation requires of businesses is the major undertaking of creating and main... Read More

Utah passes government privacy bill

(Mar 8, 2021) The Utah State Legislature approved House Bill 243, which focuses on privacy protections and oversight within state government. The bill creates a privacy of... Read More

India, Big Tech squabble over data requests

(Mar 8, 2021) The Wall Street Journal reports India's government is prepared to jail Indian-based WhatsApp and Twitter employees over noncompliance with government data re... Read More

The latest on US surveillance

(Mar 8, 2021) CBS News Read More

Oklahoma House passes privacy legislation

(Mar 5, 2021) The Oklahoma House of Representatives approved the third reading of House Bill 1602, the Computer Data Privacy Act, with a vote of 85–11 and 5 abstentions Th... Read More

EFF scrutinizes Google's planned FLoC scheme

(Mar 5, 2021) Electronic Frontier Foundation Staff Technologist Bennett Cyphers wrote a blog post analyzing Google's Read More

Challenge accepted: Initial Virginia CDPA reactions, considerations

(Mar 4, 2021) No one should be ashamed to admit they were blindsided by the passage of ... Read More

The latest on the shift away from cookies

(Mar 4, 2021) In an effort to phase out its use of cookies, advertising platform Xandr will enable "agnostic interoperability" for identifiers, MediaPost Read More

Pros and cons aplenty following Virginia CDPA approval

(Mar 4, 2021) Tuesday's signing of the Virginia Consumer Data Protection Act into law was a remarkable feat and another step forward for privacy in the U.S. However, that ... Read More