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

Oregon lawmakers introduce privacy bill for state government's IT department

(Apr 9, 2021) Oregon state senators introduced a bill to implement privacy measures for IT services in the state government, Government Technology reports. 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

Notes from the IAPP Europe, 9 April 2021

(Apr 8, 2021) Beannachtaí ó Bhaile Átha Cliath — Greetings from Dublin! One of the reasons I love working in the world of data protection and privacy is that there... Read More

Datatilsynet, AEPD release annual reports

(Apr 8, 2021) Denmark's data protection authority, Datatilsynet, Read More

What developers should consider when creating vaccine passports

(Apr 8, 2021) In a blog post, New Zealand's Office of the Privacy Commissioner Policy Advisor Ephraim Wilson writes about what must be addressed when considering vaccine p... Read More

OAIC comments on ACCC's 'Digital Advertising Services Inquiry Interim Report'

(Apr 8, 2021) The Office of the Australian Information Commissioner issued its comments on the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission's "Digital Advertising Servic... Read More

'Do We Need Privacy Regulation? In Conversation with Elizabeth Denham'

(Apr 8, 2021) Discussions on the need for privacy legislation or to improve existing laws are ongoing around the world. But different countries and regions have different ... Read More