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From the expansion of “general privacy” laws in US states and concerns over cross-border data transfers, to global focus on artificial intelligence, surveillance and dark patterns, 2023 was a busy year. Our privacy team tracked these developments and more during 2023, and we have put together this complete resource that includes our summaries of all of the privacy law developments from 2023.

Following this year’s privacy day (falling on Sunday), many will be reminding their organizations about the importance of privacy and cybersecurity in 2024 and beyond. We hope that this resource is a useful tool to help in your privacy and cybersecurity efforts. And for a look back, here are links to past year-in-review summaries: 2022, 2021, 2020, 2019 and 2018.

Putting It Into Practice: Privacy day is an opportunity to look ahead to 2024 and prepare for upcoming potential issues and risks in the privacy and cybersecurity space. From increased data breaches, artificial intelligence, a focus on data brokers and information sale, health and children’s privacy, and dark pattern enforcement, the coming year will likely be a busy one.