IAPP outlines global privacy legislative predictions in 2024

24/01/2024 | IAPP

The IAPP took insights from privacy professionals in 56 countries to predict upcoming privacy trends for the year ahead. 

2023 witnessed significant legislative activity in the privacy and data protection space. As we enter into 2024, there are no signs activity will slow down; if anything, the legislative and regulatory landscape will be even more complex. Governments and regulators will be more concerned about Artificial Intelligence (AI) and how to regulate its growing technology. The proposed EU Artificial Intelligence Act (AI Act) is one such example. Industry practitioners will increasingly be required to explore the interplay between AI governance and data protection. 

In a related article, the IAPP recaps the 2024 predictions and expectations outlined during an IAPP LinkedIn Live session celebrating Data Protection Day.

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