Facebook’s $650M BIPA settlement ‘a make-or-break moment’

(Mar 5, 2021) U.S. District Court Judge James Donato labeled Facebook’s $650 million class-action settlement over alleged Illinois’ Biometric Information Privacy Act viola... Read More

Analyzing Virginia's new privacy law with Odia Kagan

(Mar 5, 2021) Virginia joined rarified air March 2 after its governor signed the Consumer Data Protection Act into law. Though California was the first state to pass basel... Read More

Updates on state privacy legislation

(Mar 5, 2021) The Washington State Senate Read More

Ecuador's draft data protection bill

(Mar 5, 2021) Ecuador is on the cusp of having its first data protection law. The Data Protection Bill is currently being debated in Congress and follows the European regu... Read More

Oklahoma House passes privacy legislation

(Mar 5, 2021) The Oklahoma House of Representatives approved the third reading of House Bill 1602, the Computer Data Privacy Act, with a vote of 85–11 and 5 abstentions Th... Read More

Exploring Ecuador's draft data protection bill

(Mar 5, 2021) Ecuador is on the cusp of having its first data protection law. The Data Protection Bill is currently being debated in Congress and follows the European regu... Read More

Sri Lanka close to publishing privacy bill

(Mar 5, 2021) Sri Lanka's Information and Communication Technology Agency announced a final draft of the Act to Provide for the Regulation of Processing of Personal Data w... Read More

Podcast: Odia Kagan on Virginia's new privacy law

(Mar 5, 2021) Virginia joined rarified air March 2 after its governor signed the Consumer Data Protection Act into law. Though California was the first state to pass basel... Read More

Top-5 most-read privacy stories for the week of March 1, 2021

(Mar 5, 2021) In an article for Privacy Tracker, IAPP Westin Research Fellow Sarah Rippy Read More

Notes from the IAPP Canada Managing Director, March 5, 2021

(Mar 5, 2021) Last week, I mentioned Bill C-11, the new federal law introduced by the federal government, appeared to have stalled in the legislative process. Then, Michae... Read More