In September, the Insights Association has addressed: another comprehensive state privacy bill, a new facial recognition law in Baltimore, expansion of the FTC’s privacy role, and some international consumer privacy concerns; our fix to California A.B. 1561 which awaits signature into law; new requirements for COVID-19 vaccination for federal contractors/subcontractors' employees; and the rising legislative and regulatory assault against non-compete agreements in employment contracts.
Thanks to Adam Froman of Delvinia, the Insights Association is pleased to share resources for our Canadian members facing down the economic fallout from the COVID-19 crisis.
The President signed H.R. 5430 into law on January 29, 2020, implementing the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA). The new trade deal replaces the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) and includes protections for cross-border digital trade of benefit to the insights industry.
Washington, D.C., February 14, 2019 – The Insights Association Board of Directors has voted unanimously to create the Canadian Advisory Council, the ninth committee of the associat
The Insights Association Launches Canadian Advisory Council, Certification, Events, Member Outreach Initiatives
With members based in 40+ countries and operating in more than 100, the Insights Association is expanding efforts to provide benefits to
Perhaps you need a spark to get your company/organization compliant with Canada's email law... How about the threat of private lawsuits?
MRIA recently conducted a study “to explore how data and information are used in governance and policy making, and how such usage could be improved, with a focus on public opinion research data.”
Canada Day: Celebrate by getting your email compliant with the Canadian anti-spam law (CASL) coming into effect today
While our friends in the Great White North are busy celebrating Canada Day, a new law there comes into effect that likely requires a sea change in your approach to electronic messaging in and with
All survey, opinion and marketing research businesses that conduct or engage in Canada and communicate with any form of electronic messaging should be aware of Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL)