Notable Trends in US Privacy Law

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Christopher Wall, David Moncure, Kenneth Suh, David Wallack, and Patrick Zeller

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Notable Trends in US Privacy Law Join privacy and compliance expert Chris Wall from HaystackID as he leads an insightful webcast exploring the key developments and trends impacting privacy laws and regulations across the United States. Companies face new compliance challenges and obligations as public awareness and government scrutiny surrounding data privacy practices continue growing. In this timely discussion, Chris and his expert panelists will examine major trends like the proliferation of state-level privacy statutes, increased enforcement and fines, expanding laws governing biometric data, and pressure for comprehensive federal legislation. Whether you are looking to navigate your privacy program through complex regulatory shifts or simply want to stay on top of notable trends, this webcast provides indispensable analysis you won’t want to miss. Webcast Highlights + Overview of new and pending state privacy laws in California, Virginia, Colorado, and more. + Rising public expectations and awareness of privacy practices post-breaches. + Spotlight on laws addressing biometric data collection and usage. + Big tech facing expanded scrutiny and potential antitrust actions. + Global regulations like GDPR influencing US companies and best practices. + Enhanced enforcement creating real risks and costs around non-compliance. + Calls for consolidated federal privacy legislation persisting amid regulatory gaps. Source: HaystackID
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