A view from DC: The gossip test for sensitive data

(Apr 12, 2024) It can seem daunting these days to keep up with new expectations about the types of personal data that should be subject to heightened safeguards and enhance... Read More

Financial services company sued for allegedly violating Illinois' BIPA

(Apr 12, 2024) Financial services company Global Payments and its subsidiary Xenial are facing a class-action lawsuit for allegedly violating Illinois' Biometric Informatio... Read More

Approved omnibus legislation carries Nebraska comprehensive privacy bill

(Apr 12, 2024) The Nebraska Legislature gave final approval to an omnibus bill to establish a range of new state laws, including a proposed comprehensive privacy statute. Read More

A view from DC: A personal data sensitivity test

(Apr 12, 2024) IAPP Managing Director, Washington, D.C., Cobun Zweifel-Keegan, CIPP/US, CIPM, offers his take on the latest privacy and artificial intelligence governance d... Read More

Illinois Senate passes bill to clarify BIPA penalty language

(Apr 12, 2024) The Illinois Senate passed Read More

IAPP's J. Trevor Hughes discusses proposed APRA on NYT podcast

(Apr 12, 2024) On the 12 April edition of The New York Times' "Hard Fork" podcast, IAPP President and CEO J. Trevor Hughes, CIPP, spoke about the introduction of the Americ... Read More

A view from Brussels: All eyes on viable US privacy law

(Apr 12, 2024) Bets are on in the U.S. and beyond, IAPP Managing Director, Europe, Isabelle Roccia, CIPP/E, writes, after news dropped of a viable comprehensive federal pri... Read More

FTC order bans alcohol addiction treatment service from health data disclosures

(Apr 12, 2024) The U.S. Federal Trade Commission banned alcohol addiction treatment service Monument from disclosing health data to advertisers under a proposed settlement.... Read More

The IAPP's top 5 most-read articles for the week of 8 April 2024

(Apr 12, 2024) We know there's a lot of news to sift through these days. To help, we have gathered the top headlines of the week for you. Read More

Quebec lawyer ponders potential lawsuit over e-commerce privacy concerns

(Apr 12, 2024) Montreal lawyer Andrea Grass is planning a class-action lawsuit against e-commerce site Temu amid concerns over its privacy and data protection practices, Bi... Read More