Notes from the IAPP Editorial Director, September 24, 2021

(Sep 24, 2021) Hello, privacy pros! Parsing through the seemingly constant influx of privacy-related news is no small task, as many of you know. Earlier this week, ... Read More

IAPP chart compares US privacy legislation proposals

(Sep 24, 2021) The IAPP released its “2021 Proposed Comprehensive U.S. Privacy Legislation" chart, comparing recent proposals for federal privacy legislation. The chart inc... Read More

FTC commissioner talks privacy legislation impasses, Dems urge privacy rulemaking and other updates

(Sep 24, 2021) U.S. Federal Trade Commissioner Christine Wilson Read More

EU, US trade, data flow talks back on

(Sep 24, 2021) The EU-U.S. Trade and Technology Council meeting Sept. 29, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, will go on as planned despite threats from the EU to cancel over issu... Read More

Senate committee hearing to focus on protecting consumer privacy

(Sep 24, 2021) The U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation will hold a hearing Wednesday, Sept. 29, on “Protecting Consumer Privacy.” The hearing wil... Read More

FTC commissioner talks privacy legislation impasses; advocacy groups support FTC privacy funding

(Sep 24, 2021) U.S. Federal Trade Commissioner Christine Wilson Read More

The top-5 most-read stories for the week of Sept. 20-24, 2021

(Sep 24, 2021) The IAPP will hold a LinkedIn Live Sept. 29 to Read More

Dutch court ruling emphasizes right to privacy, transparency

(Sep 24, 2021) A ruling by a Dutch court in 2020 struck down the state's digital welfare fraud detection system because it lacked protections to individual privacy. The Net... Read More

Startups, developers say PDPB will increase compliance costs for companies

(Sep 23, 2021) In a letter to the Joint Parliamentary Committee, Bengaluru-based technology startups and developers raise concerns about ambiguous definitions, compliance c... Read More

Digital welfare fraud detection and the Dutch SyRI judgment

(Sep 23, 2021) States worldwide are turning to technology to make the welfare state more efficient and mitigate welfare fraud. In the Netherlands, the state used a digital ... Read More