President Biden recently signed an executive order establishing the implementation of the new EU-U.S. Data Privacy Framework, which would provide for the possibility of the lawful transfer of personal data from the European Union (EU) to the United States (U.S.), while ensuring a strong set of data protection requirements and safeguards.[1]  Once approved

Recent reports from several European Data Protection Authorities (DPAs), the bodies empowered to regulate consumer privacy under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), have ruled that Google Analytics violates the law. DPAs in Austria, France, and Italy have found that the tool, which allows website owners to track and analyze traffic to their sites, impermissibly

This week, the Canadian government proposed new legislation in Bill C-11, or the Digital Charter Implementation (the ACT), which includes some hefty fines for companies for violations – up to 5 percent of their revenue or C$25 million, whichever is higher. The Act would increase protections for Canadians’ personal information by giving citizens more control

How will a Biden-Harris presidency affect the U.S. privacy landscape? Let’s take a look.

Federal Privacy Legislation

On both sides of the political aisle there have been draft proposals in the last 18 months on federal privacy legislation. In September, movement actually happened on federal privacy legislation with the U.S. Setting an American Framework to