This month, the Insights Association is dealing with new state privacy and data security laws, funding for the census, how insights offices can approach reopening as the pandemic ends, and a variety of other policy concerns, while helping to advance a fix to California A.B. 2257 through the state legislature.
The insights industry scored important legislative victories in the last month for pharmaceutical MR in Pennsylvania, data security in Utah, and more COVID-19 small business loans and grants at the federal level and in California. At the same time, we’re staring down lots of problematic legislation, including a new comprehensive data privacy law in Virginia and a complex excise tax on data collection in New York. Meanwhile, advocacy continues on issues like: California A.B. 2257; worrisome legislation in Congress that would allow for the unionization of research subjects; limitations on coronavirus-related exposure liability; the census; and restrictions on exit polling.
The data security program requirements of the New York Stop Hacks and Improve Electronic Data Security Act (SHIELD Act) come into effect on March 21, 2020.
With a state of emergency being called in many jurisdictions across the United States, does that mean you can't make telephone research calls?
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 (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.
The marketing research and analytics industry backs NY state legislation to allow for researchers to access motor vehicle records.
Sunshine Update: State-level Challenges to Physician Incentives Continue, France's Loi Bertrand Under Fire
Despite the passage of the Physician Payments Sunshine Act as part of
Assembly Member William Colton (D-47) reintroduced A.B. 1474 (A.B.
New York Assembly Member Brian Kavanaugh (D-74) reintroduced the "Online Consumer Protection Act" (A.B.