The Insights Association has scored several policy victories in recent months – on Capitol Hill and in states across the U.S. Here are some of the highlights with content links for you and your team, all made possible by your membership.
A recent report contends that the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), the new comprehensive privacy law that came into effect on January 1, 2020, may “impinge on free speech” and “violate the dormant commerce clause” of the U.S. Constitution.
Welcome to 2020; the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), the state's new comprehensive data privacy law, is now in effect, and impacts companies far beyond the Golden State's borders.
The Insights Association filed comments with the California Attorney General (AG) urging changes to protect the insights industry in the proposed regulations implementing the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA).
A (data) gathering storm? An update on legislation and regulation impacting the insights industry in 2019
Insights Association lobbyist Howard Fienberg provides a 2019 update on legislation and regulation impacting the marketing research and data analytics industry for Quirks magazine.
Governor Newsom vetoed the Protect Call Center Jobs Act of 2019 (A.B. 1677), which would have penalized California companies that move their call centers out of the country or out of the state.
The Insights Association contributes to Pharma Market Research Report 14th Annual Predictions Issue
An ITIF privacy debate considers what U.S. privacy law should look like and how to respond to California and Europe
California Clarifies That Campaign Polling is Not Subject to Political Email Disclosure Requirements
The California Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC) clarified that email communications from campaign committees for research purposes are not subject to the state's requirements that campaign emails include a "paid for by Election Campaign X" disclosure.
MM&M magazine interviews the Insights Association while examining the growing regulation of pharmaceutical marketing research