British Columbia, Quebec publish FAQs on vaccine passports, privacy

(Sep 17, 2021) The Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner of British Columbia Read More

Understanding efforts to boost FTC funding, privacy powers

(Sep 16, 2021) The Washington Post reports on the details of U.S. Congressional Democrats' motives to pass proposed funding for a new privacy and data security division at ... Read More

Op-ed: Privacy important in safeguarding freedom, autonomy

(Sep 13, 2021) In an op-ed for MSNBC, Opinion Columnist Tiffany Li writes, following the Sept. 11 attacks, Americans accepted “government privacy invasions in the name of n... Read More

Top-10 takeaways from the California AG’s CCPA enforcement case examples

(Sep 13, 2021) In July, the office of the attorney general of California marked the one-year anniversary of its enforcement of the California Consumer Privacy Act by Read More

UK launches wide-ranging data reform initiative

(Sep 10, 2021) A period of transition for the U.K. data regime has morphed into a complete overhaul. Along with its recent Read More

UK government proposes plans for data reform

(Sep 10, 2021) The U.K.'s data regime is in the midst of a trailblazing overhaul. More moves along that new path were revealed Thursday as U.K. Secretary of State for Digit... Read More

Lawmakers seek FTC boost in Build Back Better Act

(Sep 10, 2021) As part of a proposed $3.5 trillion economic package, lawmakers from the U.S. House Committee on Energy and Commerce are proposing $1 billion in funding for ... Read More

Privacy groups urge new appointments to PCLOB

(Sep 9, 2021) In a letter to U.S. President Joe Biden, the American Civil Liberties Union, the Project on Government Oversight and 17 other groups urged him to appoint thr... Read More

A conversation on the future of UK data transfers

(Sep 7, 2021) On Aug. 26, the U.K. announced plans to st... Read More

Notes from the IAPP Europe, 3 Sept. 2021

(Sep 2, 2021) Greetings from London! In the public policy arena, August tends to be a quiet month across Europe. National parliaments are in recess while ministers... Read More