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On August 20, 2021, the National People’s Congress (NPC) of China adopted the Personal Information Protection Law (PIPL) with an effective date of November 1, 2021.

Effective privacy management isn’t possible without the engagement of stakeholders, IT colleagues, and all others responsible for handling data decisions.

New privacy laws and regulations are difficult to navigate on their own. When you consider implementing these regulations to your business on top of expanding your team, onboarding new technology vendors, and scaling operations — the task becomes that much more arduous.

If your organization transfers data from the EU into another country, the European Commission’s new updates to Standard Contractual Clauses (SCCs), Adequacy Decisions, and EDPB Data Transfer Guidance may be relevant to you.

On July 8th, 2021 another state privacy law was passed – this time, Colorado.

The rapidly changing landscape of customer data and privacy laws has challenged marketers and business legal teams for years. Just when they think they’re all caught up with new regulations, another one is thrown into the mix.

Navigating the various regulations within the global privacy landscape is a massive challenge undertaken by chief privacy officers, data protection officers and their teams. Privacy professionals should view global regulators not just as enforcers, but as partners that exist to help them uphold and improve their organization’s data protection best-practices.

TrustArc recently held a roundtable of privacy experts titled A New Era of Privacy: Perspectives from Privacy Practitioners. During the roundtable, experts explored the privacy challenges presented during 2020, trends in privacy and risk management and the role technology can play in addressing these hurdles. The following whitepaper summarizes the expert perspectives offered during the roundtable and offer considerations for […]

This paper introduces businesses of all sizes to the Privacy Impact Assessment (PIA) – the standards they should follow, the kinds of data they should include, the questions they should answer and the areas they should analyze.

On 1 January 2020 the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) will enter into application. A few weeks later, the new Brazilian Data Protection Law (LGPD) will start to apply.