Join us for this webinar series regarding the current state of privacy laws in the U.S. and globally entering 2023.
Data Privacy Readiness Checklist for CPRA, CDPA and CPA
A checklist made for organizations to prepare for CPRA, CDPA, CPA, CTDPA, and UCPA to achieve data privacy compliance.
Learn how different privacy laws require companies to enable consumers to opt-in and opt-out of the use of their personal data for specific purposes.
This free, downloadable guide compares and contrasts US State privacy laws like CCPA (CPRA), CDPA, CPA, CTDPA, UCPA, and international laws like GDPR, LGPD, and PIPL to help you ensure compliance for your organization
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This panel will discuss the regulations and guidelines that are in place to ensure that products, services, and online content are designed in a way that is appropriate for different age groups.
Join our outstanding expert panel, including the lawyer who represented Sephora in this matter, to discuss these recently enforcement actions under CCPA, and where enforcement is likely to move next.
Hear from the lead negotiators of the European Union-U.S. Data Privacy Framework on how it came together, what challenges were involved, and what they see on the horizon of cross-border transfers with the EU.
Hear from some of our leading experts on the new EU-US DPF, what this means, and how companies should plan accordingly.
A risk-based approach was an innovation promised by policymakers. Yet privacy regulators and courts often discount risk analysis that is not directly tied to individual autonomy, transparency, or the ability to exercise d
Panelists will discuss the current state of privacy regulations for immersive technology, and offer insights on best practices for protecting user data and ensuring that individuals have control over their personal information.
Discussion and insights on how the advertising industry can prepare for and adapt to the changes brought about by the CPRA.
This panel will discuss the potential challenges and opportunities of coordinating among different states to create a consistent and effective framework for privacy regulation.
The IAB’s GPP and MSPA will discuss the efforts to promote privacy and transparency in the digital advertising industry.
The current state of privacy law in the United States, and the challenges and opportunities of creating a comprehensive federal privacy law.
This panel will provide a forward-looking perspective on the state of privacy, and offer insights on the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead.