Legal experts who specialize in privacy have been observing the effects of laws on breach notification, unfair and deceptive practices, and direct marketing for some time. Recently, there has been a growing interest in determining whether all privacy harms require compensation and what kind of compensation is appropriate. This issue is being debated in various legal systems, and the IAPP Research and Insights Director and Westin Research Fellow have analysed recent legal decisions to gain insight into how compensation for privacy violations is being handled in the EU, UK, and US jurisdictions.
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