U.S. Data Privacy

Will the New Year bring new obligations on companies that hold or process personal data?


There are strong signs that this year U.S. legislators will change compliance obligations with regard to the protection of U.S. citizens’ personal data, by introducing an equivalent to the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) or many forms of it across the states.

The sheer scale of states’ legislative activity makes it difficult to follow.

VIXIO set the scene in 50 Shades of Grey blog late last year.

Now, every Friday, we will publish insights to help you make sense of it all, adjust your compliance or prepare your business for a change. As well as U.S. privacy law-making, VIXIO will analyse major data litigation cases to highlight the liability risks, particularly where there are no privacy laws to break.

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