Roundup: Belarus, EU, US and more

(Apr 12, 2021) In this week's global legislative roundup, IAPP Staff Writer Joe Duball provided an update on the Florida Senate's efforts to pass privacy legislation. Data ... Read More

Global News Roundup: April 5–12, 2021

(Apr 12, 2021) In this week's global legislative roundup, IAPP Staff Writer Joe Duball provided an update on the Florida Senate's efforts to pass privacy legislation. Data ... Read More

Notes from the IAPP Canada Managing Director, April 9, 2021

(Apr 9, 2021) For anyone who thought privacy might take a back seat during the pandemic, I don't think that's what any of us in the industry are experiencing. It's actuall... Read More

Everything to know about the Facebook data breach

(Apr 9, 2021) More than 533 million Facebook users from 106 countries had their data posted on a hacking forum, Business Insider Read More

Saskatchewan RCMP commits to Clare's Law

(Apr 9, 2021) The Royal Canadian Mountain Police unit in Saskatchewan intends to take part in the Violence Disclosure Protection Act, also known as Clare's Law, according ... Read More

Dispute over Nova Scotia FOI requests rolls on

(Apr 9, 2021) CBC News reports the Cape Breton Regional Municipality and Nova Scotia's Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner remain at odds over costs for fre... Read More

The latest on Apple's, Google's adtech privacy updates

(Apr 9, 2021) Apple plans to start enforcing its Read More

Op-ed: Remote learning brings privacy pitfalls for Canadian students

(Apr 9, 2021) In an op-ed for The Conversation, the University of Toronto's Claudiu Popa discusses privacy issues stemming from another return to remote learning in Ontari... Read More

Global News Roundup: March 29–April 4, 2021

(Apr 5, 2021) In this week's global legislative roundup, the House Appropriations Committee passed a version of the Washington Privacy Act amended by lawmakers recently to... Read More

Roundup: Japan, Russia, Singapore, US and more

(Apr 5, 2021) In this week's global legislative roundup, the House Appropriations Committee passed a version of the Washington Privacy Act recently amended by lawmakers to... Read More