The IAPP has published an article outlining what to expect regarding EU regulatory proposals in 2023, ahead of the European elections in spring 2024. The major outstanding proposals include the Artificial Intelligence Act and the Data Act, both of which are likely to influence similar legislation globally, provided Brussels can conclude the negotiations. In addition, member states will revisit the deadlock around ePrivacy Regulation and child sexual abuse material.
In a related article, the IAPP has collated predictions on 56 jurisdictions across six continents to compile its Global Legislative Predictions 2023 white paper. The resource predicts many countries to push forward with accelerated technological growth, iterate on existing legislation and progress work towards more comprehensive privacy and data protection laws.
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