What lies ahead for privacy in 2022

04/01/2022 | Goodwin

In a blog article, IAPP Senior Fellow Omer Tene predicts what lies ahead for privacy in 2022. The post covers numerous topics, including the prospects for a US federal privacy law to regulatory expectations in China and India, and more. "In 2022, expect an avalanche of new laws and regulations, attempting to govern and impose order on a dizzying array of tech developments. New regulatory efforts will range from data protection laws in India and China to AI regulation in the EU to automated decision making rules in U.S. states," Tene said.

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