It’s a new year in privacy, and as usual, there are many things to watch. Here are 5 burning questions:
A lot has happened in privacy law in 2022 . . . which is actually nothing new because so much happens every year. I have thought about which 5 developments are the most notable, and here’s my list.
I’ve read many things about ADPPA, and I’ve written a few things about it as well. I remain highly ambivalent about the law; I truly am torn. Below are a few of the pieces that are especially insightful on different sides of the issue.
If you couldn’t make it to my webinar to discuss a federal comprehensive privacy law you can watch the replay here. I spoke with an all-star set of speakers to discuss the American Data Privacy and Protection Act (ADPPA), a bill that Congress might enact as the first federal comprehensive privacy law in the U.S. […]
I recently wrote a post about my concerns about the American Data Privacy and Protection Act (ADPPA) (updated version after markup is here), a bill making its way through Congress that has progress further than many other attempts at a comprehensive privacy law. Despite grading the law a B+, I was skeptical of the law […]
A federal comprehensive privacy law in the United States? Can it really be true? Could this finally be the time it happens? Eventually, maybe the lion really will lie down the lamb. Maybe the Loch Ness Monster will be located. Maybe Congress will finally join 150+ other countries around the world and pass a comprehensive […]