Privacy Legislation for Association and Trade Groups
Presenters: Mark Micali, Vice President, Government Affairs, The Nonprofit Alliance
And while the coronavirus has understandably dominated the legislative scene in both Congress and the states, last year 19 states were considering various types of privacy legislation. Accordingly, without a clear national privacy standard enacted by Congress, the potential of each state passing its own requirements would place fundraisers, membership directors, list brokers, coops and related data staff in the nightmarish position of trying to keep up with each state's privacy law. And this is not to mention the financial impact these varying state regulations would have on nonprofits and associations. Needless to say, this would represent the worst of all worlds.
Thus, what can we do to better understand what is happening? What are we really facing and what is the potential impact? We all believe data privacy is important, but how far does it go before it impedes the efforts of nonprofits and associations to serve their mission?
- The potential for enactment of comprehensive federal privacy legislation.
- The current "state of play" in terms of possible privacy legislation in the states, and importantly, what is the latest on the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA).
- How you can play a role to help ensure that future privacy legislation is effective and well crafted.
When: Wednesday, July 22, 2020 | 1:15 p.m. - 2:15 p.m.
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This event has been reviewed for CPE and CAE credits.
- CPA – Business Management & Organization (non-technical)
- CAE – 6. Administration C. Legal and Risk Management 1. Manage the organization to comply with relevant laws and regulations
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