In August, the Insights Association tussled with more state and federal privacy legislation, laws and regulation; considered the implications of COVID-19-related mandates for employers; analyzed pending changes to the pharmaceutical industry’s restrictions on interactions with doctors; and opposed a potential federal tax on companies operating online. We’re also nearing the finish line in our campaign to fix the California law requiring a minimum wage for research subjects.
August 31, 2021
July 27, 2021
With an increased eye on ransomware attacks, like the one that shut down gasoline for much of the southeastern U.S. earlier this summer, the federal government recently provided a one-stop-shop for aiding people and companies in preventing “ransomware attacks that can severely impact business processes and leave organizations without the data they need to operate and deliver mission-critical services.”Government Affairs
July 26, 2021
In July, the Insights Association lamented more new state privacy laws while issuing helpful CCPA compliance information for members; welcomed an important data security protection in Connecticut; endorsed a new nominee to run the Census Bureau; and continued to advance a fix to the 2020 California law requiring a minimum wage for research subjects.Government Affairs
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