Eye On Privacy: 2021 Year in Review

Just as we thought 2022 was going to be significantly different than 2021, December 2021 and January 2022 events have thrown us for another (pandemic) loop. We anticipate that some of the privacy and cybersecurity developments from 2021 may similarly repeat in 2022. As you and your teams put together your privacy and cybersecurity program plans for the year, we hope that this compilation of articles is helpful.

This year-in-review contains all of the 2021 blog posts from www.eyeonprivacy.com. Reviewing them highlights several themes. There was significant focus on artificial intelligence, biometrics, and tracking. We expect similar focus in this area in 2022, whether in the form of enforcement or new regulations. Data security and breach issues continued to take center stage, with more and more regulators adding security measures to the top of their priority lists. These will no doubt be top-of-mind in 2022 as well.

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