4 Privacy Law Predictions For 2019

By Liisa Thomas (January 23, 2019, 5:55 PM EST) -- 2019 promises to be an interesting year for privacy. As we start the year, looking forward at likely trends is at the forefront of everyone's minds. Part of that exercise is to see if anything that happened in 2018 will continue to occur this year. That seems almost guaranteed. In 2018 there was unending breaking news on the privacy front. It seemed like no week went by last year without some sort of privacy development — whether it was a big breach, analytics that influenced elections, or new sweeping regulatory regimes. This is sure to continue in 2019.

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