Canadians grow wary of employee-monitoring tactics

(Apr 16, 2021) CBC News reports a growing number of Canadians are concerned over employers' requests to download location-tracking applications while on the job. One employ... Read More

Study breaks down bias against Black female AI researchers

(Apr 13, 2021) VentureBeat reports on the "Abuse a... Read More

Czech DPA extends employer COVID-19 testing obligations

(Apr 1, 2021) The Czech Republic's data protection authority, the Úřad pro ochranu osobních údajů, announced an extension to employers' data protection obligations related... Read More

Tool can help companies hire without personal data

(Mar 31, 2021) SC Magazine reports Endera has launched the tool Trua, which helps companies vet prospective employees without collecting and storing their personal data. Th... Read More

Member Spotlight: A conversation with Laura Tarhonen

(Mar 23, 2021) It's not often these installments of Member Spotlight coincide with a recent job change, but here we are with Laura Tarhonen, CIPP/E. Tarhonen is joining Sch... Read More

IAF explores HR data transfers in the wake of 'Schrems II'

(Mar 12, 2021) In a blog post, Information Accountability Foundation Executive Director Martin Abrams introduced the group's recent report, " Read More

Enforcement updates from Norway, US

(Mar 4, 2021) Norway's data protection authority, Datatilsynet, Read More

Bill addresses privacy protections for Hawaiian employees, students

(Mar 2, 2021) Hawaii's House of Representatives is considering Read More

Volunteer Spotlight: A conversation with Kirk Nahra

(Feb 23, 2021) The IAPP has seen its fair share of changes over 20 years of existence. The participation from Kirk Nahra, CIPP/US, is not among them. Nahra, co-chai... Read More

DPAs clamping down on EU employee monitoring

(Jan 22, 2021) The Wall Street Journal reports EU data protection authorities are taking more action to limit issues regarding organizations' employee-monitoring practices.... Read More