Final decision on Meta's EU-US data transfers delayed

(Aug 10, 2022) Objections to the Irish Data Protection Commission's ... Read More

Snap creates 'Family Center' for parents to monitor their kids' interactions

(Aug 9, 2022) Snapchat’s parent company, Snap, introduced tools for parents to view who their child interacts with, Reuters reports. However, parents are not able to view ... Read More

A view from DC: Privacy and truth, CHIPS and Science Act, FTC, and more

(Aug 5, 2022) IAPP Managing Director, Washington, D.C., Cobun Zweifel-Keegan, CIPP/US, CIPM, breaks down the latest privacy happenings in the nation’s capital, including t... Read More

The IAPP's top 5 most-read articles for the week of Aug. 1, 2022

(Aug 5, 2022) The Daily Dashboard reported the Court of Ju... Read More

Meta reiterates potential EU shutdown with EU-US transfers uncertain

(Aug 1, 2022) A recent U.S. regulatory filing from Meta reiterated a likely suspension of EU services for Facebook and Instagram users if an EU-U.S. data transfer agreemen... Read More

Your phone: An authentication conundrum

(Aug 1, 2022) The widespread implementation of multifactor authentication is a welcome privacy and security development often taken for granted. That is until realizing th... Read More

Roundup: EU, US, Ireland and more

(Aug 1, 2022) In this week’s global legislative roundup, the European Commission announced it will open a digital compliance office in San Francisco. The European Data Pro... Read More

EDPB announcements on Article 65 decision, strategic case criteria and more

(Jul 29, 2022) The European Data Protection Board Read More

CNIL closes Facebook cookie case

(Jul 29, 2022) France's data protection authority, the Commission nationale de l'informatique et des libertés, closed its case against Facebook regarding alleged cookie vio... Read More

Russian court fines companies 22M rubles over data localization claims

(Jul 28, 2022) Reuters reports the Tagansky District Court of Moscow issued fines totaling 22 million rubles to WhatsApp, Snap, Tinder and Hotels.com following decisions on... Read More