Legal Tech’s Predictions for Privacy in 2022

It’s not just California anymore. While the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) has picked up most of the headlines about privacy in the United States in recent years, now Virginia, Colorado, and others have entered the conversation to make state privacy laws more than one concept for one state in the United States To do with this, there are extensive laws in China, the EU and elsewhere, and data protection compliance can quickly become difficult.

But data protection is not just a regulatory consideration; it is also a technological one. The Internet of Things, biometric technologies, website cookies and more are forcing the legal industry to reevaluate what privacy means and where it stands in the business world of the future.

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