Governments face pressure to regulate privacy & data protection

17/03/2022 | International Bar Association

The International Bar Association has published an in-house perspective post on the pressure that governments are faced with to regulate privacy and data protection. “The regulatory tsunami is coming,” Microsoft Chief Privacy Officer and Corporate Vice President for Global Privacy and Regulatory Affairs Julie Brill said. “If you look at the cars we drive, the planes we fly, the medicines we purchase, the financial services we run and rely on — all of these are areas where we see regulations governing the products and the companies that provide them.”

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