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Should the U.S. implement a national policy… or should regulations be left solely to 50 states? How will each impact our success on the national and international business/trading spectrum? Will our treatment of data be in accordance with EU and other trading partners laws? With leaders in this space who are close to the issues, we explore how this may unfold.

U.S. National Privacy Legislation Podcast Association for Data and Cyber Governance

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Should the U.S. implement a national policy… or should regulations be left solely to 50 states? How will each impact our success on the national and international business/trading spectrum? Will our treatment of data be in accordance with EU and other trading partners laws? With leaders in this space who are close to the issues, we explore how this may unfold.

    The Proposed EU ePrivacy Regulation and Its Implications for U.S. Privacy Legislation

    The Proposed EU ePrivacy Regulation and Its Implications for U.S. Privacy Legislation

    This week, Jerry and Jody examine the proposed EU ePrivacy Regulation, which was approved by the Council of the European Union on February 10, 2021. We discuss the scope of the proposed Regulation, which covers both consumer and corporate electronic communications and would replace the current ePrivacy Directive, commonly known as the “EU Cookie Law.” The new ePrivacy Regulation, if adopted, will have broad coverage including electronic communications, cookies, direct marketing, and other instances where data is collected, including the emerging Internet of Things (IOT). It would have sweeping implications for e-commerce in Europe and beyond and potential national security implications as well. It may also influence the content of state and national legislation in the U.S.

    Taking a Look at State Privacy Efforts: Can They Guide Federal Legislation? (with Michael Aisenberg)

    Taking a Look at State Privacy Efforts: Can They Guide Federal Legislation? (with Michael Aisenberg)

    Jerry and Jody are joined by Michael Aisenberg, Chair of the American Bar Association’s (ABA) Information Security Committee and ABA Observer to the Uniform Law Commission’s (ULC) project on Collection and Use of Personally Identifiable Data (CUPID). We discuss with Michael whether the CUPID effort or the Privacy Act of 1974 might help shape national privacy legislation and whether we need a national privacy law to resolve cross-border data flows issues with the EU.

    • 34 min

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